Learning and Life Skills Programs

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At Windgap we have a range of capacity building, learning and life skill programs across all our services.

Our person centred approach means that we work with each individual and their family to design a program that meets your NDIS goals and interests.

Depending on the needs of our participants, our programs are always changing and evolving. Our programs for 2019 will include:

  • Language, literacy and numeracy skills
  • Food preparation and cooking
  • Computer skills
  • Phone and smartphone training
  • Budgeting, shopping and money skills
  • Public transport and road safety
  • Health and well-being


Making Airwaves

“Making Airwaves” is a capacity building program providing opportunity for adults with an intellectual disability to learn radio presentation and production skills to create their own radio show.

As a participant within our Making Airwaves program you’ll receive experience and training in:

  • Using a range of radio production equipment, including using an audio console, computer software, microphones, sound equipment etc.;
  • How to create a theme for your radio show to make it interesting to the audience;
  • Developing a program and structure, with a selection of suitable music;
  • Researching people of interest and learning interviewing skills for live interviews;
  • Production – learning how to put it all together, including how to podcast;
  • Plus, a highlight of the course, the DJ workshop – where we invite professional DJs to share their skills and experience, and participants learn how to mix and scratch.

The benefits of our Making Airwaves program include:

  • Having a voice! From time to time our radio program is also broadcasted on a local radio station which provides a voice for intellectually disabled adults, allowing them to discuss their interests, hobbies and challenges or issues within the community;
  • The opportunity to learn new skills and capacity building to further develop language, literacy, and numeracy skills;
  • Building social and communication skills, confidence and self esteem;
  • Creativity, this program is a great outlet to do things differently and express new ideas; and
  • An opportunity to meet new people and have fun!

What does the NDIS fund?

As an NDIS participant approved for funding in one of the below areas, you may be able to access our daily living services:

  • Assistance with Social and Community Participation under Capacity Building Supports
  • Community and Social Activity under Core Supports
  • Improved Daily Living Skills under Core Supports

Talk to us

We’re here to help. Talk to our team for more information, support or advice.

Call us:

1300 NDIS CARE or (02) 8337 3600
Monday to Friday 8am-5pm

Send an enquiry:

Please send us the details of your enquiry and we’ll get back to you by the next business day.