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NEW purpose built Day Program in Seven Hills
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About The Junction Works

The Junction Works supports people with disability, mental health issues or social disadvantage, to live their best lives.

Our services are designed to reduce disadvantage and poverty in marginalised communities as represented by people with a disability, young people at risk, Aboriginal people, and people suffering distress and hardship.

We’re a registered provider with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) which provides funding to participants in three special purpose categories: – core, capital, and capacity building, across the NDIS life domains: – daily living, home, relationships, lifelong learning, work, social and community participation, health and well-being, and choice and control.

"Kylie says she loves attending The Junction Works as she gets to learn new things every day. Kylie especially loves cooking and baking using TJW’s commercial kitchen."

Name, Seven Hills Campus


Our service provides a welcoming and safe environment for children to engage in activities enhancing their self-help skills, cognitive, fine and gross motor skills through play-based learning.
Our service provides a welcoming and safe environment for children to engage in activities enhancing their self-help skills, cognitive, fine and gross motor skills through play-based learning. Our program includes access to computers and supporting children with their homework.
Kids and Youth Vacation Care provides a safe and engaging environment that promotes positive wellbeing outcomes for everyone who attends. The program ensures that Kids and Young People feel supported and included. 
The Junction Works has nine supported independent living homes throughout South West Sydney and we are ready to support you, or your loved ones with respite and emergency accommodation.
We can support you to apply for the NDIS, assisting you to understand and utilise your NDIS Plan, and support you with NDIS reviews.
The Junction Works friendly and experienced team of Support Coordinators can support you to maximise your NDIS Plan and supports.
Informative and fun workshops for primary and high schools based on contemporary topics such as bullying, mental health, social media, healthy relationships, anger management, drugs, and alcohol.
School Leavers Employment Support (SLES) involves helping prepare participants transition from school into the workforce. Participants will be provided with new skills that will help support unique pathways to employment. Participants will also be able to develop partnerships with various job providers and learn more about being a part of the workforce. Aimed at students in year 11 and 12.


Getting started?

Contact us now and we’ll work with you to maximise your NDIS Plan.


The Junction Works is excited to be bringing our SPARK Festival back from 6th - 8th of October 2023.
Mums & Bubs is an 8-week social group that supports mums with babies aged 6 weeks to 1 year, facilitated at Wattle Grove on Mondays. Sessions include art and craft activities, guest speakers, sensory play and development, making new social connections and more.
Playgroup is facilitated at Wattle Grove Kiddie Cove on Wednesdays for children aged 0-5 and their parents/carers. There are a range of art and craft activities, story and rhyme time, activities to help develop social skills and motor skills, and messy play.
Free healthy breakfast provided for students at local schools and a free sit-down lunch for the local Claymore community along with food hampers available for residents.


"Everyone is so committed to make the participant experience something different"

Staff member

Our locations

Seven Hills

Unit 5
197 Prospect Highway
(02) 8777 0500


135 Thirteenth Ave
(02) 8777 0500


Acknowledgement of Country

We would like to acknowledge the Cabrogal Clan of the Darug Nation who are the traditional custodians of the land that now resides within Liverpool City Council’s boundaries. We acknowledge that this land was also accessed by peoples of the Dhurawal and Darug Nations


LGBTIQA+ Safe space

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