Supporting people living with disability, their families and carers.
Enabling independence for young people with a disability
Person-centred early intervention support for under 9’s

Supporting people living with disability, their families and carers

We are passionate about our role within our community and about helping our clients living with disability, their families, and carers.

Welcome to Able2. We are a not-for-profit organisation supporting people living with a disability in the Blue Mountains and Nepean area, from Penrith and Western Sydney through to Lithgow.

We are proud to play a part in enabling our clients, particularly young adults, to build their independence and grow into healthy, resilient adults!

We work hard to help people with a disability to live a good and active life in their community.

We also provide a series of highly respected training programs for disability workers and allied health professionals.

How can we help you?


Able2 offers a wide choice of services and programs. These range from practical individual skill-building and social groups, to positive behaviour support, and support Coordination or Plan Management.


Able2 offers a range of programs for children and youth all the way to adults, including skill building groups, social groups and therapeutic services that are suitable for individuals from Early Intervention to adolescents and adults.

We promote an environment where children and young people can thrive in programs best suited to them and their interests.

Our programs aim to encourage and build a person’s capacity and confidence.


Able2 has developed a range of training programs that aim to build the knowledge and skills in disability workers.

All our training programs develop first as ‘in house’ training programs that we share with our community.


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