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Bundaberg's David Barrett is ready to accept help after decades of self-reliance and supporting others.  

A Bundaberg man is giving local artists of all abilities a chance to sell their works at Mulgrave Street Cottage. 

An NDIS participant from Bundaberg has been nominated for a special award. 

Bowling is growing in Bundaberg as we welcome our champions home. 

Bundaberg's Local Area Coordinator, IWC, has launched two new surveys to give our community a chance to have their say. 

IWC and the NDIS are working together to help people learn more about health and diet. 

Neil and Jodi's lives are already improving under the NDIS.

TO SHARE our knowledge as Local Area Coordinators for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), IWC has launched Community Connect; a website that collates and updates community information for anyone to peruse.   Community Connect’s search engine can be used to find registered NDIS service providers, whether or not you are an NDIS participant. It also gives users acc ...

When Kathryn was diagnosed with MS in 2000, it marked the beginning of a series of challenges that are hard to comprehend. She was with her husband, Greg, when the first symptoms showed, in 1999. “I remember him asking how many drinks I’d had. I told him ‘only one’, and he said it must have been a strong one!’” she said. Living in Miles, Queensland at the time, Kathryn needed ...

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas for Barry Lord, as he receives his first major supports from the NDIS. Living in Bundaberg with his wife Doris, Mr Lord's activities are set to pick up in the New Year thanks to his new plan. His biggest Christmas present this year is the new vehicle hoist, which allows him to move his electric wheelchair safely. This allows him to ...

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Bundaberg, Qld 4670

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It’s good to know I can get what I need, not being told when my therapies are, or where I’m going. In the past, that’s how it’s been. As I see it, the NDIS is the only way to go.

Giovanni, NDIS participant