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Disability respite providers who offer services in the Grampians region can add details of their news and events here. Simply use the + Add your news and events link to post news items. Please include all relevant details in the body of the article.  For accessibility purposes, please do not upload PDFs  unless you also add an accessible Word version.

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Pathway Connect


At Pathway Connect, we provide independent support coordination to adult NDIS participants in Victoria.

We partner with you to make the best use of our mutual skills and your individual strengths, resources and capabilities to develop a personalised model of support to match your lifestyle.

We find and connect you with quality providers who are the best fit for your individual situation.

What is support coordination?

NDIS Support Calculator for Participants


At DSC, we are always on the lookout for practical tools that can support the work you, as providers, do with Participants. That is why we are quite excited to share the NDIS Support Calculator, developed by Partners in Recovery and Wentworth Healthcare.

Uniting Care Buddies Program


The Buddies program assists adults with a disability to increase their social and recreational options.

Volunteers are matched to an adult who has a disAbility on a one to one basis or can participate with group activities. The aim of this program is to improve the life of people with disAbilities who have limited family and social contact and who may be at risk of being socially isolated from the general community by offering them companionship and the opportunity to reach their full potential.

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