Bankstown Women’s Health Centre (BWHC) have provided Health and wellbeing services for Women and girls for more than 40 years in the community.
In 2021 BWHC became a registered NDIS provider. Our goal is to deliver meaningful and targeted high quality services for women and girls with a disability to achieve positive health outcomes and sustainable wellbeing. These services are offered in a women’s and girls only safe space by qualified and experienced female practitioners
BWHC now offer support coordination, and specialist support coordination to support you to understand and implement the funded supports in your plan and link you to community, mainstream and other government services. A support coordinator will support you to build skills and direct your life and connect you to providers. A specialist support coordinator can be funded where there is high or complex needs in your situation, and will be a qualified social worker, psychologist, or occupational therapist. Bilingual practitioners are available.
A support coordinator will assist you to negotiate with providers and how much it will cost out of your plan They can also assist you to plan ahead and prepare for your plan review. Support coordinators will assist you to optimise your plan. You can access funds for support coordination from your capacity building budget.
BWHC also offer the following NDIS services for Women and girls;