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Welcome to our new Windgap blog! This is the best location to find out all the latest news, helpful articles, and industry trends, to keep you up to date. The previous blog on our old website called ‘The Change Room’ was so popular that we’ve moved...

Congratulations to all our Amazing Supported Employees who completed the Windgap Nutrition Program. The Program is very special to Windgap because it was driven by the Supported Employees themselves. All involved committed to 6 months without sugary drinks and did a tremendous job....

Congratulations to all our Amazing Supported Employees who completed the Windgap Nutrition Program. The Program is very special to Windgap because it was driven by the Supported Employees themselves. All involved committed to 6 months without sugary drinks and did a tremendous job....

Congratulations to all our Amazing Supported Employees who completed the Windgap Nutrition Program. The Program is very special to Windgap because it was driven by the Supported Employees themselves. All involved committed to 6 months without sugary drinks and did a tremendous job....

Windgap’s St Patrick’s Day Breakfast Celebrations have grown a far reaching reputation as a day full of authentic and memorable fun. This year’s iteration was no exception to the rule as Windgap family members shared a delicious morning feast whilst enjoying the best of Irish...

The Windgap Foundation has recently taken Service Users through the I-Can Assessment Tool, in collaboration with the University of Sydney. The I-Can is a support needs assessment, planning and resource allocation tool designed to assess and guide support delivery for people with disabilities....

Congratulations to all our Amazing Supported Employees who completed the Windgap Nutrition Program. The Program is very special to Windgap because it was driven by the Supported Employees themselves. All involved committed to 6 months without sugary drinks and did a tremendous job....

Good planning will ensure that a person with disability will ask the NDIA Planner for what is reasonable and necessary.  The starting point to develop an Individual Support Plan is to link goals and needs to the eight domains of NDIA funding. The eight domains are...

A service provider is an organisation or a person that delivers a service or a product to a participant in the NDIS.  There are service providers for nearly everything you want or desire in your life. For example, you can find service providers that will help...

Deciding how to manage you NDIA funding package means choosing how you would like the supports in you NDIA plan paid to a service provider.   There are (3) main ways of managing your NDIA funding.  You will decide which option is the best for you...