Education, employment and activities

Day activities

There are many day activities and recreational opportunities available for people with disability in South Australia.

These include activities for people who may have recently left school and those who may not be in regular or full time employment.

If you receive funded services, speak to your key worker to find out what options are available to you.

If you don't receive support, contact the Disability Information Service.

Moving on program

The Moving On Program supports young people with moderate to severe intellectual disability moving from school to adult life.

Eligible young people can choose from a range of options that support them after leaving school.

Contact the Disability Information Service to find out if you are eligible or discuss other options.

Sport and recreation

Community, sport and recreation activities, some of which allow free admission for companions, are available through both government and not-for-profit organisations.

Arranging activities through service providers

Approved service providers provide a range of activities you may choose to access and can tell you about any fees or if you need a referral.


Volunteering can provide the chance to meet new people, share knowledge and experience and learn new skills.

The Office for Volunteers has general information or you can contact an organisation yourself to see if volunteering is available.

Disability Information Service



1300 786 117

Related information

On this site

Approved service providers
Work and Careers

Other websites

Sport and recreation programs for people with disability - Office for Recreation and Sport

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