At Golden City Support Services we make a difference in people’s lives.

What can Golden City Support Services do for you?

  • We provide support for adults
  • We design support according to an individual’s situation
  • We support people to identify and achieve their goals
  • We support people to create and maintain independence through skill-development in daily living skills
  • We work with the people we support to create and maintain meaningful social connections and relationships
  • We support people with everyday communication and decision-making
  • We assist with links to education
  • We can provide one-on-one support or group support or a mix of both


Bendigo, Echuca, New Gisborne and surrounding regions.

How Golden City Support Services makes a difference in people’s lives

How we provide support?


  • We support people to achieve what they want in their day-to-day lives, in their home and community
  • We work alongside people to engage them in their day-to-day life
  • Our team are coached to provide support in ways that have been proven to make a real difference in people’s lives
  • We have an Allied Health team including Behavioural Support Practitioner, Exercise Physiology and others

“Thanks again for all your assistance. You have been a valuable help to us right from the beginning of the NDIS journey, promptly answering all the questions correctly and succinctly—always with us in mind. It was so very much appreciated.”

Family member

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World Autism Awareness Day 2022

Did you know that males are four times more likely to be diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) than females, despite females being just as likely to have ASD? This is because of historic gender biases