Resilience for Life: from Disability to Ability

About the program

To assist adults with a disability and/or those caring for a person with a disability to better navigate challenging life experiences and effectively manage associated feelings

Key features:

  • Understand the meaning and importance of resilience
  • Develop the skills of mindfulness and relaxation
  • Explore thinking in positive ways
  • Develop problem solving strategies
  • Learn ways to deal with conflict
  • Find out about the benefits of a healthy mind and body 

Who it’s for

  • Adults with a disability
  • A person caring for a person with disability


Contact the Disability Intake team for current rates.


Groups are run during most school terms; specific specific groups can be catered for. Please speak to Disability Intake team for information on current programs and to discuss suitability to this program.

To access this program or find out more, contact the team.

Enquire below or phone our main switch.

eg. 04xxxxxxxx or 03xxxxxxxx

Confused about NDIS?

If you are unsure what the NDIS is or how you may be impacted, we may have the answers you need!  

Visit our FAQ on the NDIS

Need an interpreter?

We can arrange one for you at no cost. We only use professional and accredited interpreters to protect your privacy.


Learning in a step by step process that we have to follow, we can’t reach the last step without stepping the first step. If we as educators succeed in building trust and connectivity then learning is fun. “To be in your children’s memories tomorrow, you have to be in their lives today”.

Naeve, Windermere Early Childhood Educator - Melbourne

My (Windermere) counsellor has been one of the most important supports I have had throughout this whole process. She is amazing. I now see things from a completely different perspective.

I am on the lookout now too - 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.”

Witness, Royal Commission into Family Violence - Melbourne 

Compliments & Complaints

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Whether you would like to pay us a compliment or make a complaint we encourage you to tell us what's on your mind.