What Ability partners with Manly Sea Eagles!

Manly Sea Eagles announce their partnership with What Ability 

– April 2023 –

The Manly Sea Eagles has announced an exciting new partnership with disability support service What Ability.

What Ability is an NDIS provider that utilises professional and semi-professional athletes as support workers to provide community based experiences for people living with a disability, including swimming, bush walks, beach days, indoor activity facilities and holiday camps.

What Ability Media and Community Manager Todd Liubinskas said said the partnership will allow What Ability to bring more happiness to people living with a disability.

“”Manly will play an essential role in helping What Ability build and showcase an inclusive Australia,” Liubinskas said.

“With shared core values and a joint focus on inclusion, we are so excited to team up and harness the power of sport to break down barriers and existing perceptions of the disability sector.”

Manly players Sean Keppie, Tom Trbojevic, Jake Trbojevic, Ben Trbojevic and Karl Lawton are all What Ability Ambassadors. The athletes go out on regular bookings and help to bring happiness to people with disabilities. 

To follow this partnership, check out What Ability (@whatability) and Manly Sea Eagles (@manlyseaeagles) on socials or if you’re looking for disability support, head to https://whatability.com.au/services/need-support/ to find out more.

By |2023-10-23T02:44:48+00:00April 5, 2023|News, NSW, state based|0 Comments

Keppie shares joy of working in disability sector

Sean Keppie regularly devotes free time to working with various disability support services and the Manly prop believes he is always richer for the experience.

“It’s that feeling you get when you help someone achieve little goals, especially for what I do with the kids with disabilities,” Keppie said.

“It makes you feel good, just knowing that you made them happy … It just makes you look at life a different way. It humbles you.”

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