On 1 July 2022 an updated NDIS Support Catalogue was released. The changes include:1:1 Assistance to Access the Community, Social and Recreational … Read more… about New NDIS price guide 2022-23
through positive everyday experiences
Getting out of the house and accessing shops, services and recreational activities is something we all enjoy. People with a disability sometimes have to overcome barriers to participate in community activities. Warrina Services provides one-to-one services to support people to enable our clients to live their lives to the fullest.
I have been supported by Warrina Services for the last nine years. Warrina Services has helped me a great lot with moving into my unit five years ago as I used to live with Mum for years until she passed away. My support workers have encouraged me to feel comfortable with myself and I now have built up my self-esteem. I am always respected and I feel equal with staff. The support workers visit me every day and make sure I have eaten properly and showered every day, take me to buy my groceries, and to the doctor. When I feel stressed the support workers are good to talk to and I feel much better afterwards. Warrina Services is a great service because I have a lot of fun now with my support workers.
Later this year, we will host our biennial Art & Craft Exhibition. In the lead up to the exhibition, we will hold monthly art and craft … Read more… about Biennial Art & Craft Exhibition
We have a number of groups commencing in March 2023. They will be held at the Bridge Street office. The Ladies Group will be held every second … Read more… about Group activities
On 15 February we held a BBQ to welcome our new CEO David Powell. Clients, staff and board members attended the special welcome event. … Read more… about CEO welcome
The Art & Craft Exhibition in October 2021 was a resounding success. We had a wonderful collection of art and craft … Read more…
Warrina Services acknowledges the traditional custodians on the land on which we work. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and we believe as Australians we can all work together to make a meaningful difference to the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders with a disability as we work together for a more inclusive society for all.