About our Clinics


Image_19_CMYK_rgbThe Centre for Disability Studies runs two clinical services for people with disabilities.

NSW Development Disability Health Unit (DDHU) – based in the outpatients unit at Royal Rehab, this clinic sees adolescents and adults with developmental disability. The clinic provides a consultancy service in conjunction with the person’s general practitioner to ensure access to high quality health care through a network of specialist and allied health personnel.

To help people get ready for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) we are providing people the opportunity to attend a facilitated PATH session (Planning Alternative Tomorrows with Hope) as a pre-planning tool.

The Centre for Disability Studies is looking to expand its allied health supports to people with complex needs under the National Disability Insurance Scheme.