Our community is at the heart of everything we do. Whilst we run many services specifically for individuals and families, we also provide schools and the broader community with a range of services and programs designed to strengthen our collective future.
School Attendance Support Program (SASP) aims to support children and their families to improve primary school attendance.Find out more
A schools program to help children understand anti-social behaviour and make better choices.Find out more
Bringing students of diverse faiths together to work on embracing cultural diversity.Find out more
If you have experienced trauma or loss as a result of the Gippsland region bushfires, you can access the Bush Fire Recovery Support program.Find out more
If you have experienced trauma or loss as a result of the Victorian bushfires, you can access the Victorian Bushfire Case Support program.Find out more
If you experienced trauma, damage or loss as a result of the Victorian storms and floods in June 2021, you can access the Victorian Storm Recovery Support Program.Find out more
The Recovery Support Program can provide support for people who have been affected by the 2022 Victorian floods.Find out more
What: Interactive program to help those working with children and youth who may be demonstrating delays or difficulties with speech, language and social skills.
Who: Educators and teachers, club and community members, health workers and nurses, managers and front-line service staff
Where: In your workplace or community setting or at our offices
If your your staff or group members work closely with children or youth who may be demonstrating delays or difficulties with speech, language and social skills, we can provide them with professional development and consultation.Find out more
What: An feeding group aiming to promote food exposure and assist with picky eating
Who: Parents or carers with children 5-8yrs
Where: Windermere Berwick Office, 26 Parkhill Drive Berwick
An 8-week feeding group aiming to promote food exposure and assist with picky eating in children aged 5-8 years.Find out more
If you require an interpreter, we can arrange for one to be provided.
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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