A trio of bright-faced young adults are here and ready to help.
Sally Turner, Mikayla Thompson, and Nicky Hamilton joined the team at Kurrajong Therapy Plus last month, where they have been helping deliver quality care to Riverina residents living with disabilities.
Ms Turner and Ms Thompson are speech pathologists, while Ms Hamilton is an occupational therapist.
Ms Hamilton says the beauty of the job is that "every day is different".
"I am loving it ... it is all so varied," Ms Hamilton said.
"One day we'll be going to a school and doing a walkthrough to make sure it is accessible for a kid in a wheelchair, some days we go out to Leeton and speak to families, sometimes the kids come in here and we do some therapy.
According to Ms Turner, the trio have been welcomed with open arms.
"All the kids and their families have been very nice," Ms Turner said.
"They are all very appreciative and open to what we can give them."
All three women are fresh out of university, which Ms Thompson says makes the work "daunting in a good way".
"There is just a mountain of stuff that you want to know straight away," Ms Thompson said.
"But you can't right now obviously. But we'll get to experience all that and that's fantastic."
Therapy Plus manager Debbie Young says the three girls have integrated into the team "fantastically".
The women were among the nine graduates picked up by Kurrajong's allied health graduate program.
In the three years the program has been running, 28 graduates have been employed by the disability support organisation across Wagga and Griffith.