Over 45 people ventured down to celebrate the grand opening of a new disability services hub in Griffith.
Kurrajong opened its new offices on 123 Banna Avenue to the public on Wednesday, November 26.
The clients, parents and volunteers who came down were treated to a sausage sizzle and a party atmosphere, as they socialised, got tours of the facility, and even danced in the new front room.
Kurrajong has been providing support to anyone on the National Disability Insurance Scheme since 2011.
With the opening of their new offices comes an expansion to the services they offer, which includes helping disabled Australians look for employment, develop life skills, and make friends, team leader Jodie Ridge said.
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"Anything anyone on the NDIS needs, we will try our best to help them with it."
"We believed Griffith needed more growth and choice," she said.
"The more services that are out there, the more choices people get."
She invited anyone interested in the services offered by Kurrajong to visit the new offices or call 1300 764 620 to ask any questions they might have.
The focus of the new hub is school leaver employment support, its day services and lifestyle choices program.
Clients have been able to visit the offices for the past eight weeks, but Wednesday marked the official opening of the offices to the public.