Day Programs

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Windgap Foundation Day Programs provide clients with an opportunity to actively participate in and be valued by their community. All programs are designed for the service user to achieve full participation and goals, with activities selected base on the dreams and aspirations of the individual, as communicated by them. We aim to ensure that the person and those who are important to them are central to the way we operate. People are assisted to design a service, which is catered to their unique aspirations and requirements. We hope to continually improve and refine the service by listening to the person, and their family, and making adjustments as we learn more from them. We operate primarily in the Eastern Suburb. However we support people accessing programs as far afield as Parramatta, Sutherland and Liverpool.

Our programs are designed to ensure and assist our clients achieve –

  • Life Skills Development
  • Quality of Life
  • Adult Education
  • Social and Community Inclusion
  • Well-Being
  • Building Independence
  • Building Long and Fruitful Relationships
  • Empowerment
  • Recreation and Leisure

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A diverse range of activities are available to service users. These include, but are not limited to

  • Fishing
  • Mosaic
  • Qualified Art Classes
  • Qualified Music Classes
  • Sailing
  • Public Transport
  • Quarterly Excursions
  • Cooking Classes
  • Dance Lessons
  • Swimming
  • Yoga
  • Library Activities
  • Literacy and Numeracy Classes
  • Community Volunteering
  • Computer Lessons
  • Sensory Room Access
  • Beach Walks
  • Sports
  • Gym
  • BBQ
  • Aqua-golf
  • Sensational Moves
  • Bella Program at Museum of Contemporary Art
  • Cafe Culture
  • Showtime


Taku’s Story

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Taku is a service user at Windgap’s Participation Program. When Taku first joined Day Programs, his goal was to one day live on his own. Windgap developed a program focused on learning independent living skills such as; cooking, banking and using public tranpsport. Taku has recently taken all the skills he acquired through the program and moved into his own place. He enjoys being an active member of the community and embracing his independence.


Renata’s Story

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Renata is a talented artist who has pursued her passion over the past three years with support from Windgap’s art teachers. Renata combines her talent for art along with a literacy program in which she writes a story to accompany her artwork. Renata enjoys telling her story to friends and family. Besides art and writing, Renata enjoys social outings with her friends and going to the cinema.

“I love art, because I can do it independently and enjoy myself”