I provide Support Coordination and Specialist Support Coordination to a wide range of participants. I assist them to build their capacity and connect them with the services best suited to their needs.
Started with Auscare Support: October 2019
I’m approachable, calm under pressure and always happy to draw from my years of experience in the disability sector to help problem solve the most challenging situations.
I’ve worked in the disability sector for approximately 30 years, primarily in state government liaising with non-government organisations.
Other interesting roles:
I’ve done wildlife rescue and worked for a scuba dive company.
What’s Auscare Support like?
It’s an inspiring and inclusive organisation.
I love anything water-related and spending time with my dogs.
To sum me up:
I’m a lover of nature, autumn, fine food and wine and great humour!
That’s fine, you can always build your case load from scratch.
That’s great, it’s always easier to build a case load when you already have some momentum.
You might want to reconsider this role as you do need to build your own client list
That’s great, feeling confident that you have the skills to grow your case load is important for this role
You might want to reconsider this role as building a client list relies on you being able to call up a list of contacts
That’s great, knowing exactly who you’re going to contact so you can hit the ground running is important for this role
You might want to reconsider this role as building a client list relies on you being integrated with your community and its services
That’s great, being integrated with your community and its services is important for this role
You will need to register your own ABN before you can contract with us as a Support Coordinator
That’s great, this is an independent contractor role, which means you will need to contract to us through your own business with your own ABN
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