At Mercy Connect, we provide a range of services to support adults, children and older people with a disability to live independently and get actively involved in their community.

Sponsored by the Institute of the Sisters of Mercy, we are a not-for-profit Catholic organisation, delivering programs registered under the NDIS. Our programs support people with disability to build skills and capability to ensure they can participate in leading a meaningful life.

We have a service area spanning across the Riverina/Murray, Central West and New England areas of New South Wales.

Many of our participants have challenging and complex needs.

We specialise in working with both children and adults.

We support people who:

  • have intellectual disability
  • have complex needs including mental health issues
  • have autism
  • live with acquired brain injury who have high physical and medical needs
  • exhibit behaviours of concern
  • have sensory disabilities
  • have disabilities in their senior years

Through our programs and services, we aim to ensure our participants are respected and given the right time and needed support.

We have the capacity to cater for people with a broad spectrum of intellectual disabilities. And can offer support in your own home, in rented accommodation or in our group homes.

The following diagram provides a visual representation of our organisational team structure which is driven by our participants and their families – who are the foundation of Mercy Connect –  on one side of the structure and the tradition and values of the Institute of Sisters of Mercy on the other side.