EKJP has become a Registered NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) Provider, and will open the doors at Wayfinder, to deliver tailored and unique disability support services in Kununurra and the East Kimberley.
“I am thrilled to announce our new NDIS Services Provider, Wayfinder, and am proud to know that we will be delivering an Aboriginal owned and controlled NDIS service, while creating employment opportunities in the region,” says Michele Pucci, CEO of EKJP. “Wayfinder is an exciting new initiative and has been created with the community in mind, focusing on a person-first attitude.”
Wayfinder will provide the following services:
- Support Coordination
- Short Term Accommodation
- Travel and Transport Assistance
- Home Modification Design and Construction
- Group and Centre Based Activities
- Assistance with Daily Personal Activities and Development of Daily Living and Life Skills
- Innovative Community Participation
- Personal Coordination Assistance
Jasmine Schubert and Rick Neller chat in front of Wayfinder's Short Term Accommodation house.
Wayfinder will officially open the doors to NDIS participants on October 28, at an Open Day event held at 167 Coolibah Drive, Kununurra, to showcase the Short Term Accommodation housing and give people the opportunity to meet the team. We are currently taking NDIS participants for Support Coordination and Home Modification Design and Construction, as well as other activities. Jasmine Schubert, NDIS Project Coordinator (EKJP) and Support Coordinator (Wayfinder) is excited to meet potential participants to assist with Support Coordination.