I work hard to support my NDIS participants to get the most out of their NDIS plans, fully utilise their funding and request plan reviews where necessary. I work with a lot of my clients to help them move out of hospital or nursing home care, often into appropriate accommodation.
Started with Auscare Support: November 2019
I bring dedication and a wealth of experience working in the human services area. I also like to engage with my clients, their families, support networks and service providers on a very regular basis to ensure my clients get the best possible outcomes.
I have a history of working as an NDIS Local Area Coordinator (LAC) and a long report writing history from years working with NSW Justice and FACS.
My post school university education is extensive:
Other interesting roles:
I worked with NSW and Victoria Departments of Corrections for many years, specialising in working with sex offenders in Victoria. I have worked for FACS child protection services in NSW and I worked on mine sites when younger as a structural draftsperson.
What’s Auscare Support like?
I love Auscare Support. It’s a great, supportive organisation that also allows me a great deal of independence.
I like gardening, spending time with family and my dogs and walking on the beach.
To sum me up:
I am a hard working committed person who genuinely cares about friends, family, and the clients and families I work with.
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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