Strengthening Parent Support Program

The Strengthening Parent Support Program (SPSP) is a free program funded by the Victorian Government and provided by Noah’s Ark in the Gippsland region.

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Are you a parent or carer of a child aged under 18 with a developmental delay or disability?

Would you like the chance to receive support, make connections, and experience new opportunities in Gippsland?

If so, the Strengthening Parent Support Program (SPSP) is a free program funded by the Victorian Government and provided by Noah’s Ark, and would love to hear from you.

What is the Strengthening Parent Support Program?

A free of charge program that you don't need an NDIS plan or a formal diagnosis to access. It is community-driven program designed to assist parents, carers, and families throughout Gippsland.

We provide:

  • Peer Support Groups: Join together with others who understand your journey. These groups are a safe space for sharing experiences and building relationships.

  • Individual Support: Benefit from one-on-one support, tailored to you. We work with you to provide information, resources, and connections to other community services.

  • Education and Information Sessions: Come along, either online or in person to hear about topics relevant to you. From workshops to general information sessions, we're here to support your wellbeing.

How do I access SPSP supports?

If you're a parent or carer of a child or young person aged 0-18 with a disability or developmental delay and reside in Gippsland, you're eligible to access SPSP services.

Our coverage includes the following Local Government Areas:

  • Bass Coast

  • South Gippsland

  • Baw Baw

  • Latrobe Valley

  • Wellington

  • East Gippsland

Register interest for the Strengthening Parent Support Program

Sign up now to be contacted about upcoming events.

Register here