Galambila Aboriginal Health Service is a community control health organisation providing culturally appropriate comprehensive Primary Health Care to Aboriginal people in the Coffs Harbour, New South Wales area
Galambila and the NDIS
Pictured: Joseph Archibald Introducing the NDIS to staff of Galambila
The NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) is the big change that is coming to disability and mental health services.
Many of you may have heard about the NDIS by now, but it can be incredibly difficult to make sense of what it means for you or your family.
Now as a registered provider for NDIS Galambila has made a commitment to be a point of contact for community about the NDIS and to "Walking with our Community on their journey into the NDIS.
Joseph Archibald is a Gamilaroi man with connections to Gumbaynggirr country. He is employed asthe NDIS project co-coordinator at Galambila.
Prior to working at Galambila in providing culturally appropriate options that will assist our community in having the best access and outcomes under the new National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Joseph said "My passion for disability service grew from personal experience with my own family members with a disability not having opportunities to access supports they needed and deserved."
Galambila will be providing community information on the NDIS until the 1st July 2017
We encourage any community members who have questions regarding the NDIS to contact reception to book a time to yarn with Joseph.
OPEN: Monday to Friday 8.00am to 5.00pm
Closed Tuesdays between 1.30pm and 3pm
Walk in Appointments from 8.15am to 12.30pm
Afternoon Appointments Bookings Required
We acknowledge the traditional owners/custodians of the land on which we live and work.
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