The Junction Works

Supporting Disability, Youth and Community

The Junction Works

Creating New Possibilities

In Peoples Lives


The Junction Works has been providing services in South West Sydney since 1987

originally from a caravan park in Leppington.



The Junction Works commenced as a small-scale project to provide support to young people in isolated communities on Liverpool’s western fringe. A trip down Camden Valley Way today highlights the dramatic change our area has undergone since the 1980s, and highlights the changing needs of families within our service catchment.

Today, our expectations are higher than ever before. We believe that all people, regardless of disability or adversity, deserve to live a life that is rewarding, healthy and socially included. 

Motivated by our Mission of “Creating New Possibilities in People’s Lives”, The Junction Works has grown to encompass a wide range of services including disability, youth, children’s and community services, supported by a dynamic and rapidly expanding team of staff.

In February 2018, The Junction Works merged with Share Care Disability Services. Between us, we have over 60 years’ experience of providing quality services in South West Sydney. We believe that by coming together under a Parent Subsidiary Model we can deliver enhanced services to local families.

Together with Share Care we are now able to provide disability services from 18 sites across Bankstown, Fairfield, Liverpool, Campbelltown and Camden local government areas.

You can find out more about what we do under our Service Solutions. Alternately phone 02 8777 0500.

Our CEO 

Best outcomes rely on a clear vision, collaboration, and engagement.  When all those ingredients are present, I am confident we will exceed expectations.  I have found TJW staff to be experienced, skilled, energetic and enthusiastic professionals who embrace change” Benjamin Wash, CEO 


Benjamin Wash was appointed Chief Executive Officer for The Junction Works in December 2021, he is responsible for developing, implementing and integrating the organisation’s strategic direction and future initiatives.

Benjamin gained extensive knowledge of The Junction Works’ overall management and operations whilst serving as the Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary for two years before his appointment as CEO.

For more than 25 years, Benjamin has led high performing teams, most recently as Chief Executive Officer for Taxi Council Queensland. His extensive experience includes significant experience growing and supporting organisations through periods of change and disruption.

Benjamin has closely followed the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability. He is keenly aware of the importance of this and the impact for The Junction Works and the sector more broadly. Having already undertaken detailed analyses of business and governance directives, Benjamin is keen to extend TJW’s influence on matters of policy to help create change and improve the lives of those we serve.

Benjamin takes a calm, considered, and measured approach to decision-making and works on the ethos that when staff are inspired to excel and supported to grow as professionals.

Our Chiefs of Staff

Chief Of People & Quality

Susan Badawy

Over 17 years’ experience working with individuals who have complex support needs and empowering carers. Susie has managed allied health teams and has a passion towards quality and safeguarding to ensure the delivery of high quality services for participants. Susie is also a registered psychologist and behaviour support specialist.

Chief Services Officer

Terry Wilson

An experienced leader, with more than 25 years’ experience managing diverse and highly complex programs in finance, property, construction, facilities management, mining, employment, disability services and social enterprises


Chief Financial Officer

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