Support Coordination, Advocacy and Information for People with Disabilities
What’s on — PATH
PATH runs a number of regular events for people with disabilities, their carers, families and friends.
Due to diminishing funding from the Department of Communities and Justice, PATH is unnable to accept new referrals.
Refer to our contact us page for two new advocacy organizations.
PATH Inc Board and staff wish all the people who have supported us/used our sefvices over the last 40 years the very best for their future.
Please do not hesitate to contact us via Facebook if you would like assistance.
Shirley Guzman, Manager – updated 2/03/2022
Connecting PATHways drop-in
You are always welcome to drop in to the PATH office at
The Community Connection building, Suite 115
114-116 Henry Street, Penrith NSW 2750
though the best days to catch up with a Disability Advocate are Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Computer access is available on Fridays.
The issues we would love to help you with include:
- My Aged Care
- Accessing local services
- Connecting to services via the Internet – you are welcome to use our computers, with help from the friendly team
No appointment is needed, just drop in on the day!
Individual advocacy appointments held in a confidential space can be made when you visit.
Phone or email for further enquiries
PATH Coffee Club
Are you a person with a disability or a carer who would like to meet up with like-minded people and share your experiences and information?
The PATH Coffee Club runs
When: 1st Monday of the month
Time: from 10 am to 11:30 am at
A local coffee shop, contact for details prior to the event.
The PATH Coffee Club provides refreshments and regular guest speakers on topics requested by club members. Hot topics of concern frequently addressed in different ways are the NDIS and the wellbeing of people with a disability with ageing carers.
About Ask Izzy
Ask Izzy is a free directory of community resources designed for individuals in need. It is particularly helpful for people in crisis due to homelessness, unemployment, or domestic violence. It is free and anonymous, and anyone in Australia
using the Telstra mobile network can access the directory even if they don’t have credit.
The database is constantly updated as soon as new details are submitted,
and we encourage charities and NFPs to use the database in the communities they work with.
For individuals in need, access the directory here.
If you notice any inaccurate or outdated information, let the Ask Izzy team know directly.