Noah’s Inclusion Services
Noah’s Inclusion Services is a community-based, NDIS registered, not for profit organisation.
Since 1981 we have been working with children of all abilities and their families to provide excellence in early childhood education, therapy and support.
Noah’s Shoalhaven is located at the Shoalhaven Campus of the University of Wollongong, George Evans Road, Mundamia (West Nowra). For more information, please visit: www.noahs.org.au
We provide therapy, education and support for children, young people, their families and carers so they are included and can participate meaningfully in their home, early childhood centre, school and community.
Noah’s Challenge was established in 2011 as the annual significant fundraising event for Noah’s Inclusion Services to help raise vital funds to support their programs and services.
Noah’s Challenge is back in 2019 with The Amazing Race. Participants will compete in teams of 2-4 people, testing themselves mentally, physically and creatively with fun and exciting check point challenges. The event will start at Moorhouse Park on Scenic Drive, Nowra on Sunday 3rd November.
Where will my funds go?
Recent changes to funding mean an uncertain future for some of Noah’s programs and services. The funds raised from Noah’s Challenge in 2019 will allow Noah’s to continue offering some of its most valuable programs that we know make a real difference to the wellbeing of children and families in the local community. Programs like the Start Up Assessment Program which helps to assess, diagnose and support young children who may have difficulties in more than one area of development.
Noah’s see about 70 children a year through the Start Up program, and with no Government funding available, we are calling on our community to help us save this vital service.
Valuing each individual and communicating with understanding and openness.
Delivering effective programs using the latest knowledge and research.
Making sure that all our families feel accepted and valued.
Working together with our families and the wider community to achieve our vision.
Changing what we do to suit the needs of each family.