Windgap has celebrated over 65 years of operation, establishing an outstanding reputation as a quality disability service provider in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney.
At Windgap we provide a wide range of programs and services focused on providing the best care, support and empowerment for adults with disabilities – so they can live life to the fullest.
At Windgap we create a place called home to provide adults with intellectual disabilities an opportunity to live as independently as possible as a resident within the local community.
Windgap’s School Leavers Employment Support (SLES) is our program dedicated to training, preparing and supporting young adults with an intellectual disability progress into employment or a career.
We provide a range of supported employment opportunities at Windgap with a person centred approach, to ensure each individual is matched to the best role with continuous opportunities for growth, training and success.
Growability provides supported employment to adults with intellectual disabilities in residential and commercial gardening and lawn maintenance. Our team is managed by experienced gardening and grounds keeping professionals, who work alongside each individual to understand talents and areas for upskilling.
Windgap supports people with intellectual disabilities to live their lives with independence, freedom and dignity.
With your help we can continue to provide the best programs, services and support to ensure adults with disabilities live their life to the fullest.
Are you or one of your family members interested in living independently? It can be a little daunting, however at Windgap, we’re here to help.Read More
Support Coordinators play an essential role in relieving the stress of the NDIS by helping you to navigate the system and make the most of your plan. Find out what you need to know here.Read More
At Windgap, we’re here to help you find the perfect place to call home and to link you with support systems, which will allow you to live as independently as possible and flourish as an active member of the community.Read More
Let’s be honest, most people take accessibly for granted, however this is a reoccurring issue that individuals with mobility barriers face on a reoccurring basis.Read More