Amanda Dickason

Support Coordinator


We take the time to understand your situation and build your capacity and confidence, which includes designing your plan and connecting you with the community.
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Someone proactive, responsive and outcome-focused.

Meet Amanda, Support Coordinator

About Amanda

Amanda Dickason
Support Coordinator

Amanda has worked in several roles during her career in the disability sector. She has experience working as a Disability Support Worker, a Youth Mental Health Support Worker in a residential rehabilitation setting, a Community Mental Health Practitioner and as a Support Coordinator.

Having the ability to make a positive difference in someone’s life is the most rewarding part of Amanda’s job. She is passionate about assisting people living with all forms of disability to receive the supports they need to achieve their goals.

Outside of work, Amanda enjoys spending time with her family, making memories with her daughter and exploring places they haven’t been to before.

Contact Amanda Auscare Support is proud of its reputation for providing the highest level of service to our clients. If you are an NDIS participant looking to engage a Support Coordinator or a service provider exploring Support Coordination services on behalf of a client, please contact Amanda today.

A Moment with Amanda Dickason

Find out what she likes to do and her personal motto

I pursued a career in the disability sector to help people. I believe there is not enough support available and I wanted to do what I could to assist people living with all forms of disability.

’10 Things I Hate About You.’

“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” by Winston Churchill.

I have a dog and 3 cats.

Hiking and bush walking.

If I could invite anyone to dinner it would be my Nanna. She was the most selfless, amazing woman I have ever known and my inspiration to do the work that I do.

Chicken parmy from a little pub in my town!

Anywhere with a beach! We do go to Apollo Bay and Port Campbell (near the 12 Apostles) most years, though!

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