Over the long weekend in March participants from Headway Gippsland Inc's Social Support Groups attended the City CYC camp on Collins Street Melbourne. The building had been recently refurbished and gave participants a luxurious experience. Some highlights included; a city circle tram ride, shopping, visiting the Shrine, Botanical Gardens, watching Moomba activities and fireworks, and events at Federation Square. Evening activities included the Eureka Tower, Southbank to watch the fireworks. …
Headway Gippsland wishes to thank the Bass Coast Shire Community Grants Program for a grant which has enabled the Wonthaggi Social Support group to purchase art supplies. Picture: Maxine Davies Vice Chaiperson Headway Gippsland with Bass coast representative, Lyndon Bate Program Co-Ordinator and Carren Sanderink program participant.
It is with much pleasure that I advise you that Headway recently received a generous donation of 3 laptops from the School of Rural Health - Churchill Monash University. These laptops along with a generous donation from Moe Lions Club are currently being refurbished by Ed Comp computers. One of these laptops will be available for use at the Trafalgar Social Support program on a mobile desk. This computer will be connected to the internet and available for all participants to use. …
We recently received a generous donation from the Trafalgar Bendigo Bank for hats. These hats will be distributed to the Social Support Programs and be made available to participants should you forgot you own hat when out and about. Headway would like to thank the Branch Manager and staff of the Trafalgar Bendigo Bank for their generous donation. Regards Jenelle Henry,General Manager
I'm pleased to say that the organisation recently received certification for the ISO 9001:2008 and the Department of Human Services Standards. This means we are an accredited organisation and can provide services in line with the Department of Health and Human Services guidelines. We aim to deliver high quality programs and welcome your feedback on improvements to the services we deliver. Regards Jenelle Henry,General Manager
Let me introduce myself, I’m Thelma Kingwill and I have been involved with Headway Gippsland Inc. since 1984. I joined a small mutual support group for people with ABI and their families after our son suffered a traumatic head injury in a vehicle accident. I gained great comfort from the group as at that time I was feeling quite isolated and thought no-one could possibly understand what our family are going through. Since then I have been involved in the Management of Headway and have pushed …
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