Sometimes young people need some extra support as they transition from childhood to adulthood. Our services are designed to help you through this life stage.
Under NDIS Plan Management, your Plan Manager will help take the stress out of managing your finances and the day to day administration of your NDIS plan. Your NDIS Plan Manager provides you with support and security and is also known as a Financial Intermediary.Find out more
A support program for young single mums facing homelessness.Find out more
Information and support for victims of violent crime and trauma in southern metropolitan Southern Metropolitan Melbourne and Baw Baw.Find out more
Support for families facing issues that are affecting the growth and development of their children and family as a whole.Find out more
Helping families experiencing family violence plus substance abuse or mental health issues to re-establish themselves and function as a family unit again.Find out more
Helping people with disability, mental health issues, age or illness and injury to build resilience and independence.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
Our accredited NDIS exercise physiologists work with you to design programs for your specific health needs while supporting you to meet your NDIS goals.Find out more
TRAK (Therapeutic Recovery for Adults and Kids) Forward helps parents and children to recover and heal from family violence.Find out more
Our experienced dietitians will work with you to design a program that: • supports your specific needs • assists you to meet your NDIS goals.Find out more
Confidential support to help families and individuals manage trauma or difficulties that have arisen following sexual assault or family violence.Find out more
Information and support for victim survivors of historical institutional childhood sexual abuse in East Gippsland and Southern Metropolitan regions of Victoria.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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