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What we do

Lifestart supports children and young people living with disability or delay aged 0-24 years, their families and carers through:

  • early intervention
  • school age years support
  • specialised therapy
  • inclusion in the community
  • family information and support
  • helping communities and services to build capacity.

Our Vision

All children and young people are able to participate inclusively and meaningfully in their community.

Our Mission

Building inclusive communities for all children and young people.

Our Values

Lifestart is committed to provision of supports based on the values of:

  • Inclusion

  • Diversity

  • Collaboration

  • Integrity


Baulkham Hills, NSW 2153 (Head Office)

Building 25 Balcombe Heights Estate
92 Seven Hills Road
Baulkham Hills
NSW 2153

Campbelltown, NSW 2560

McCarthur Diversity Services Initiative
Level 3 Suite2 171-179 Queen St
NSW 2560

Dee Why, NSW 2099

L4 685 Pittwater Road
Dee Why
NSW 2099

Epping, NSW 2121

Epping Hub 9 Chester Street
NSW 2121

Malabar, NSW 2036

Chifley Public School Mitchell St
NSW 2036

Miranda, NSW 2228

Suite 2a 18 Gibbs Street
NSW 2228

North Strathfield, NSW 2137

132 Davidson Avenue
North Strathfield
NSW 2137

Pennant Hills, NSW 2120

4 Ramsay Road
Pennant Hills
NSW 2120

Putney, NSW 2112

78C Charles Street
NSW 2112

St Marys, NSW 2760

8-10 Carinya Avenue
St Marys
NSW 2760

Wollongong, NSW 2500

Mission Australia Building
71-77 Kembla St
NSW 2500


dannyh's picture

Average: 5 (1 vote)

We've been lucky to have involvement from Lifestart for our child from a young age. Their staff at Malabar have supported us through different aspects of our son's life from therapy, equipment, and also inclusion. I also highly recommend their Parents as Case Coordinators (PaCC) course.

Bob Jones's picture

Average: 5 (1 vote)

We had a lot of help with our son who has autism - from an early age (around 2), they had appropriate support from professionals.  It is hard to judge the difference that the support makes to your child, especially when they are non-verbal however you felt that they really cared and I can only think that it made a difference to my child.

I remember my other son - who had some diagnosis at the time, he is not on the spectrum now - use to come home and sing the songs taught at Lifestart, such as "Old Macdonald".

The activities were very interactive and they engaged the child - no long talks with acronyms like you see sometimes.  Also they had a fathers evening where attendants shared their stories.