Jacob Hillier’s Favourite Things
At 3:00pm every day, I get picked up from Either Avenue (Fighting Chance) or Northside depending on the day by a special organization called “Easylink Transport” which caters for passengers who have special needs and disabilities.
The drivers are very special and they are very chatty indeed. One guy I like is Paul because he stirs Mum (Carmel) in a nice way about Football as Paul and myself are Manly Warringah Sea Eagles supporters whereas Mum is a Parramatta Eels supporter.
Once I get home from either Avenue A (Fighting Chance) or Northside, I listen to my music on the iPad or the iPhone. I have five music streaming services for my iPHone as I am on an Optus Plan for a yearly contract. I just got this iPhone 7 Plus through the NDIS funding and I went to Apple at Chatswood to purchase the phone and I’m really loving it.
On the weekends, Sometimes I would go with Mum to visit Grandma at a nursing home in Parramatta and when it’s someone’s birthday, I visit family too.
I also sometimes go on outing with an organization called “Northern Beaches Interchange” which is located on Jackson’s Road, Narrabeen NSW.
The staff there are brilliant and very nice indeed and some of their names are Michelle Boundy, Jen Samson etc.
I also hang out with support workers (friends) from Hire-Up which is another organistion but with Fighting Chance Australia.