The DDACL deliver gender-specific and culturally-tailored ‘Boys on the Bounce’ program. DDACL uses an empowerment model through facilitation by Aboriginal workers.
DDACL was established by families in the local area who saw the need to provide support for the growing Koori community. The service has adapted over the years to meet the changing needs of local Aboriginal people. DDACL have first-hand knowledge of issues affecting the local Aboriginal community and take a flexible, culturally sensitive approach to all services. DDACL ensure all of their programs and service responses have a strong cultural component and strive to remain accessible to the community.
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Windermere is committed to equity & equality for consumers and employees, this by building diverse and inclusive services and work environments, where all peoples from Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander, Culturally & Linguistically Diverse, LGBTIQ+ Communities and those living with disability will know and feel accepted, affirmed, safe and celebrated. Windermere is delivering this through the continued development and implementation of our Welcoming and Inclusion Strategy 2021-2024. All forms of discrimination, including that based on race, culture, ethnicity, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation and gender identity, will not be tolerated. All employees, consumers and visitors are expected to behave in non-discriminatory ways.
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