Who We Are

GGC is a registered provider of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) we are governed by various State and Federal legislation including the National Disability Insurance Scheme Act 2013, Disability Act 2006 and United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Staff are required to act and work in a manner consistent with organizational values and maintain the principles underpinning the NDIS at all times.

George Gray Centre and Wellington Community Connect have been providing a range of support and employment services for adults with a disability who live in the Wellington Shire over the last 50 years. The organisation is committed to providing programs based on individual needs, focusing on enhancing personal development, increasing independence and promoting community inclusion.

We help people with a disability to identify what support is needed to achieve their individual goals, reach their full potential and to live a great life as a valued part of their community.

OUR  MISSION

 OUR VISION

Our vision is for all people to lead rewarding lives as valued members of society.

OUR VALUES

  • Promote continuous improvement and innovation.

  • Valuing all people for their unique contribution.

  • Fosters (individual) growth, development and aspirations.

  • Provide programs based on individual needs, with focus on enhancing personal development, increasing independence and promoting community inclusion.

  • People have the right to be fully informed, to make their own decisions and to take risks.

  • Belonging and self-esteem result from opportunities to develop positive social roles.

  • Valuing a professional workforce.

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AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

The aims and objectives of the George Gray Centre Inc. are:

  • To maintain a leadership role in disability service provision.

  • To ensure that clients and employees play a major role in the planning and evaluation of services.

  • To develop each individual to his/her maximum potential.

  • To assist each individual in achieving greater independence.

  • To encourage access and inclusion into the broader community.

  • To source and provide programs structured to the needs of the individual.

  • To encourage external partnerships