Individual case management support to build resilience and independence, engage in the wider community and ensure your individual funding achieves maximum value.
Case management includes:
People living with a disability, mental health or who simply need extra help due to age, illness or injury.
We also offer different levels of case management support to meet your needs; these levels are in line with NDIS support items.
Please speak to the Disability Intake team for current DHHS Unit cost.
To access this service or to find out more, contact the Disability Intake team.
If you are unsure what the NDIS is or how you may be impacted, we may have the answers you need!
If you require an interpreter, we can arrange for one to be provided.
(After the Healthy Women Healthy Relationships course) I am on the lookout now - next time I am in a relationship, I will be able to recognise the signs of domestic violence and I won’t let myself get stuck in that sort of position again.
The amazing opportunity I got coming into the Windermere house and the 100% that I put into the program, has given me and my son a roof over our head and a second chance at a normal life.
We like receiving feedback about our services because it helps us improve what we do.
Whether you would like to pay us a compliment or make a complaint we encourage you to tell us what's on your mind.
What is the NDIS? NDIS is a generational reform that focuses on a person centred system of support. The scheme will aim to provide a person with a permanent or significant disability access to reasonable and necessary supports to achieve their goals and participate in social and economic life.Read more
For consumers who currently participate in State or Federal programs, it’s important to understand that those programs will continue until you start your NDIS plan. Until that time it's important to understand how Windermere will respond and how that affects you.Read more
“I thought if I ever left Dexter with anyone other than myself, his father or his grandmother, I feared he wouldn’t survive”.Read more
At 46 Vivian still lives at home with his parents Peter and Daphnie. That’s because Vivan has cerebral palsy. He is unable to perform everyday tasks, not even being able to stand and sit without their help. Peter and Daphnie have always cared for Vivian and wouldn’t dream of having it any other way however the years of 24/7 care have taken their toll.Read more
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Narre Warren, VIC 3805
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Phone: 1300 946 337
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