Prairiewood | NDIS Provider & Services | Cerebral Palsy Alliance

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Seeking an NDIS provider, cerebral palsy or disability support services in the Prairiewood, Fairfield, Western Sydney region?

The Cerebral Palsy Alliance Prairiewood, Fairfield City Marconi Centre provides a comprehensive range of services, programs, events and general support for people and their families living with cerebral palsy and other neurological and physical disabilities.

Scroll down below to meet the wonderful team at our Prairiewood, Fairfield City Marconi Centre Centre, who’ll provide highly tailored neurological and physical supports, suited to your needs and helping you achieve your goals. Each member of the team is highly qualified in their expertise, and consistently strive to provide the best possible care and support for you and your family.

Local disability and NDIS services at Prairiewood, Fairfield City Marconi Centre include: Cerebral Palsy Check-Up, Community Access Services, Early Childhood Intervention, Early Diagnosis Clinic – Cerebral palsy, Exercise Physiology, Going to School, Gym, Strength & Personal Training, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Speech Pathology, Technlogy, Aids & Equipment, The Hanen Program, UCLA PEERS Social Skills Program.

See more information about these services at the bottom of the page or speak to someone directly on 02 8777 1777.

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