The Community Access and Transition Service (CATS) connects young people with disabilities with the community. We assist young people with disabilities to achieve dignity and fulfillment through participation in community life.
We provide a range of tailored support to young people, giving them a brighter and more dignified life through our unique programs and groups.
Reece Streeting, a young man living with autism, recently launched his very own Youtube Channel to share his story and how he is using his unique talents for personal growth and inspiring others. The past student of Claremont Special School attended a recent information forum held at his ‘old stomping ground’ aimed at informing up
Once upon a time a woman with a big heart had a dream. A dream to make a difference and give back. Recently, Vanessa Bissett, local business owner, was excited to connect with CATS young people and present CATS Inc with the very first donation from her heart felt charity doll line. The Shesha &
CATS Inc CEO, Katrina Johnson, is honoured at the Ipswich City Australia Day Awards Ceremony with a nomination as Ipswich Citizen of the Year. The Awards ceremony, held on Saturday 21st January, honoured a broad range of Ipswich citizens who have made extraordinary contributions to the life and wellbeing of the city. Katrina was honoured