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Disability Social Connections

Welcome to Disability Social Connections!

I started Disability Social Connections in early January 2021 in high school. The initial purpose was to provide disability support work to my godmother’s daughter, whom I got along with well beforehand, on the weekends around my weekday studies. A few months after taking her to birthday parties, I saw the complete joy of her and all her peers at these birthday parties that happened occasionally each year. I thought I would try to offer youth with disabilities the opportunity to hang out every weekend in a social group. After I conducted my first social group for youth with disabilities, I realised that my thesis was correct; the energy in the social groups was equal to, if not greater than, the energy at the birthday parties. That is what formed the Disability Social Connections weekly social group! 


Since starting university, I have been able to meet with people of similar character and nature. These are my fellow Disability Social Connection support workers on outings. As a team, we are able to increase the scope of our impact and help as many youths with a disability as possible. 


The growth of Disability Social Connections will always be a core objective of mine, and I hope we can help you or someone in your community with our services. 


- Blake Beckett-Fisher

Upcoming Social Groups

  • Skypoint | Timezone Arcade | Beach - DSC Social Group
    Skypoint | Timezone Arcade | Beach - DSC Social Group
    Sun, 23 June
    Surfers Paradise
    23 June 2024, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
    Surfers Paradise, Surfers Paradise QLD 4217, Australia
    23 June 2024, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
    Surfers Paradise, Surfers Paradise QLD 4217, Australia
    12 - 20 Yr Old Mixed
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Support Worker

Blake Beckett-Fisher founded Disability Social Connections and has over three years of experience as a youth disability support worker. He aspires to enable school friendships to exist during and beyond special schooling years. Blake is a full-time university student studying law concurrent with his full-time role in building Disability Social Connections.


Support Worker

Jarrad Norton is a support worker for Disability Social Connections and will partner up with Blake to provide support to youth with a high-intensity disability. He has been involved in the disability sector all his life. He is developing an online solution to the social deficit in youth with disabilities. Outside of support work, he is a full-time university student studying business.



Support Worker

Vismi is a support worker at Disability Social Connections and partners up with Blake for every social group. Outside of DSC, Vismi is a full-time university student studying pre-med to become a doctor. Her caring nature and lively personality ensure every participant has a great time and every parent feels comfortable.



"Initially my daughter was invited on a social gathering with her friends where Blake was the other child’s social worker, I instantly saw how amazingly he interacted with the children an showed a true interest in his Job. We weren’t actually looking into getting a social work for our daughter but after seeing our daughter respond so well with Blake we decided to reach out and see if he knew anyone willing to take her on, to our surprise he had availability for her. We are very thankful for Blake he is always on time, great communication skills with both us and our daughter and shows genuine care and compassion in his work. We highly recommend Blake to anyone needing a social worker."

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Disability Social Connections services fall under the NDIS core support budget.

Group Support - Social Groups

Business Hours

Mon - Fri: 9am - 7pm

Sat - Sun: 7am - 7pm


+61 490 855 287



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