Who Are We?

SeeAbility (also known as See Foundation) is here to offer assistance and support to individuals with disabilities in Western Sydney.

Our website showcases a diverse range of NDIS disability supports that we provide.

We are committed to catering to people of all abilities and offer Community Access, Supported Living options, Therapies, Support Coordination and more.

Additionally, we organise various workshops and activities that aim to foster social skills and promote personal growth.

Our fully accessible facility is conveniently situated in the heart of Penrith’s activity hub, in the (Abcoe Centre in Jamisontown).

We also offer free trial days in our day program, so inquire now & experience the SeeAbility difference today.

SEE the person; SEE the potential

At SeeAbility, our true focus is you.

For us, it’s all about working with you, as an individual, to provide the very best life experiences possible. The NDIS is making this even more accessible, and we’re here to foster real opportunities for you under the scheme. And with a client-to-staff ratio catering to your needs, you’ll enjoy strong relationships with our team.

The people who use our service

We cater for people with All Abilities. 

We really get to know each unique person, and understand their needs and aspirations, as well as their disability. We apply that knowledge, understanding and experience to provide each person with support that caters to their unique needs and personal aspirations.

The people who work for SEE

Our fantastic team bring in a bucket-load of awesomeness every day. We’ll find the right person to work with you, and you can rest assured each member of our team:

  • Is suitably Qualified and Experienced
  • Has a National Police Check and Working with Children Check, and
  • Understands and works to SEE Foundation’s high standard of service provision.

Where required, our team members also have a First Aid Certificate.

We regularly offer trainee-ships, finding the right person with the right approach before training them in the industry. Our team is truly integrated, with men and women of all ages, abilities and nationalities. If you’re interested in working in this rapidly-growing sector, whether casual, part-time or full-time, please talk to us.

Located in Penrith NSW, our premises are a really nice place to be.

They were designed specifically to be accessible, with:

  • Wide corridors so you have plenty of room to use your cane or be guided by someone else
  • Wide doorways so that speeding wheelchairs don’t crash! It also means that if you do use a wheelchair, you can move independently
  • Easy-to-use bathroom and toilet fittings, with plenty of room for wheelchairs
  • Plenty of toilets means no waiting. Two toilets are large and accessible, and one has a shower, just in case
  • The tables and benches in our kitchen are at different heights, so if you’re in a wheelchair you can be sure to find the right place to sit comfortably or join in an activity, and
  • The lighting is consistent throughout the building, an absolute necessity if you have a vision impairment.

We have an Exploration Room, filled with all sorts of fun things that will stimulate your senses, and which is home to two massage chairs.

We also have a Music Room full to the brim with musical equipment including a complete sound system, keyboards, drums, guitars, shakers, lagerphones, and so much more! After all, who doesn’t love a bit of karaoke?

The NDIS world

In 2016, the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) Chairman Bruce Bonyhady said about the roll out of the NDIS, “This is a historic day for people with disability and the broader Australian community – today we move away from the old one-size-fits-all approach to a new approach which is based on choice and control for people with disability on a scale not seen anywhere in the world.”

The NDIS is transforming the way you receive disability support.

SeeAbility will ensure you get the support that’s right for you.
SeeAbility promises to deliver quality services in the spirit of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). After all, putting you at the centre of decision-making is how we’ve always worked, and is the way we’ll continue to work.

Your choices remain at the core of everything we do. Your needs are central to our organisational focus. And your feedback is key to our ongoing development and improvement.

“At our Programs, we understand the importance of family values and the role they play in creating a supportive and nurturing environment for individuals with disabilities. We believe that every individual deserves to be treated with dignity, respect, and compassion, just as we would want for our own family members.

Our program is built on a foundation of family values, where we prioritize the well-being and happiness of each participant, and work closely with their families to ensure their needs are met. When you choose our disability company, you can trust that your loved one will be cared for in a warm and inclusive community that embraces and celebrates diversity.

We are committed to creating a family-like atmosphere where everyone feels valued, supported, and empowered to reach their full potential.”


Kathy, CEO