NDIS Support

South West Disability Services (SWDS) is our NDIS registered Service, offering a range of program and support options for our participants.

We are here to empower, motivate and support your to be on the pathway you choose.

Our ambition is to partner with people of all abilities and their communities to create life-enhancing opportunities.

We provide supports via your individual NDIS plan through Social and Community Participation.

Supports may include;

  • Individual or group-based supports to access the SWTAFE environment
  • Building social connection and independence within your study
  • Transition supports from school or home into SWTAFE community

Programs of support

At SWDS, we also offer a broad range of daily Programs of Support. These have been designed to build independence, confidence, daily living skills and connecting individuals with peers and local community groups.


  • Kickstarters (8.30am - 9am)


  • Taste the Flavour - level 2
  • The Tech Troops
  • My Identity


  • Brain Busters
  • Lets Get Local
  • Performance and Dance


  • 3D Art
  • Independence Builder
  • The Right Mix


  • Fur, Feather and Scales
  • Culture and Connection
  • Move Your Body


  • Gardening and Wellbeing
  • CLS in the Community

During school holiday breaks

  • STRIVE Holiday Program

Find out more by viewing our 2024 Program of Support Brochure.

If you are interested in participating in a 2024 NDIS Program of Support, express your interest.


2024 NDIS Programs

Service Agreement Statement

Other Easy English Documents

Intake Process

Fact Sheets

SWDS Participant Handbook

​Policy, Guideline and Form Review - Participant and Community Feedback

​We invite all of our participants and the local community to have input into the SWDS policies, guidelines and forms.

Current guideline for your input:
SWDS Advocacy Policy

Submit your input via the below online form.

Contact us

Phone: 5564 8720
Email: disability.support@swtafe.edu.au
Location: I Building, SWTAFE Warrnambool Campus

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