How to get in touch with us.
For general enquiries about disability support, you should contact your local school first.
If you feel as though your question has not been answered or you would like further information, you should contact your local education office and ask for the Student support services learning and wellbeing team.
Even if your child isn’t enrolled in school yet, you should still contact your local school or your local education office.
Contacting your Local Education Office
Below, you can find the contact information for our Local Education Offices across NSW.
Families may approach schools with questions about the NDIS or for help to resolve issues with the scheme. NDIS Coordinators can provide advice and support to NSW public schools, help resolve NDIS-related issues, and deliver information sessions to school staff, parents and carers.
NDIS Coordinators for NSW public schools are:
|Nirimba Education Office||Ann Eckert
||0436 858 083External link|
|Coffs Harbour Education Office||Rachel Pregnell||02 6656 6638External link|
|Campbelltown Education Office||Susanne Andrews||02 4633 2700External link|
|Dubbo Education Office||Wendy English||02 6883 6314External link|
|Warilla Education Office||Angela Hay
||02 4267 6165External link|
|State Office||Tracey Winfer
||0477 312 731External link|
Inclusive education team state office
For general enquiries you can contact the Inclusive Education Team on:
Assisted School Travel Program
To find out if your child is eligible for the Assisted School Travel Program and how to apply you should contact the principal of your school.
For general enquiries contact ASTP on:
- Phone: 1300 338 278
- Email: email@example.com
- Post: Locked Bag 9, Wollongong East, NSW 2520
Interpreting and translation services are available to help you talk to your local school if you do not understand English well, or are deaf or have a hearing impairment.
National Relay Service
The National Relay Service is an Australia-wide phone service for people who are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment.