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When we saw a need for extended Aboriginal community and health services in the Mid-North Coast, we founded Windaan, a new service offering more – like mobile health services to those in rural areas.

We’re extremely proud of our connections to the Aboriginal community. The name Windaan is from the Gumbaynggirr word meaning Blady Grass, and traditionally Blady Grass was used for thatching shelters and weaving bags.

Windaan was created to help and support Aboriginal children, families and the community by providing culturally appropriate NDIS and Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) services. We focus on a strengths-based approach to relationships and are dedicated to working with the community to achieve positive outcomes for the Aboriginal community and people.

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