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  • Kathy has turned her life around

    Kathy has turned her life around

    Kathleen ‘Kathy’ Pepper, Gunaikurnai woman, has turned her life around. After years of struggling on her own, Kathy is proof of the value of support coordination, and having the support of a likeminded, kindred companion. Before joining the NDIS, Kathy says she was “usually at home every day.” Since choosing support coordination with Headway, Kathy … Kathy has turned her life around Read More »Read more
  • Michael’s Victory

    Michael’s Victory

    Michael Cummins is a very resilient person. After experiencing mobility issues and epilepsy his entire life, he has never let his health defeat him. Michael has been in and out of hospital, dealing with things that no one should have to endure. And yet, Michael is proud to have started a new life chapter. Michael’s … Michael’s Victory Read More »Read more
  • All About Support Coordination, with Megan Mathisen

    All About Support Coordination, with Megan Mathisen

    Megan Mathisen is one of Headway Gippsland’s amazing Support Coordinators. Megan loves helping people with disabilities to achieve their goals, and getting the most from their NDIS plans, but she hasn’t always been part of this industry. In fact, Megan has done pretty much everything: banking, business analysis, IT related fields, and has even travelled … All About Support Coordination, with Megan Mathisen Read More »Read more
  • Supporting Peter Clement

    Supporting Peter Clement

    Peter Clement is one of Headway Gippsland’s longest serving board members, and offers a voice for people with acquired brain injury. Peter has been involved with Headway Gippsland since it was formed as a Mutual Support Group in 1981. After a car accident at age 18 resulting in an acquired brain injury, Peter sought fellowship … Supporting Peter Clement Read More »Read more

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We pay our respects to the traditional custodians, their elders and ancestors of the lands, which our organisation sits. We acknowledge all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and welcome you to our service. Headway Gippsland is committed to treating all people with dignity and respect.

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