Dianne Wallace

Support Coordinator

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About Dianne

Dianne Wallace 
Support Coordinator

Dianne has significant experience working in the disability sector.

She has worked in a wide variety of roles, including occupational therapist, social planner, manager, educator with diverse disability organisations, and as a trainer, consultant, and coach in her own business.

Dianne recently joined Auscare Support as a Support Coordinator. The most rewarding part of her role is being able to assist and support clients to achieve their goals and improve their situation through listening, understanding, and providing options for them to choose the solution that works best for them.

Dianne unwinds by watching good British crime shows, cooking for friends, sharing the meal, and having fun and conversation. She owns an Italian Greyhound called Huey who enjoys long walks and warm fires.

Contact Dianne 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 Dianne today.
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A Moment with Dianne Wallace

Find out what she likes to do and her personal motto

As a student, I went to visit a disability services facility in Queensland and saw the huge need to improve the quality of life of the people living there. I also saw that much could be done to change people’s lives.

Auscare is totally focused on supporting their clients. They are a great team who work together to achieve positive outcomes for their clients.

As a girl my favourite book was ‘Pollyanna.’ I remember getting lost in ‘Gone with the Wind’ as a teenager on holidays and doing nothing else but read it until I finished it. I found a book at an airport book store called, ‘No Place for a Nervous Lady,’ which is a compilation of diaries written by women who came to Australia in mid-to-late 1880’s, documenting their adventures and how they made a new life in regional and remote Australia. I find reading good for my soul. It is a privilege to learn of life from others sharing their story.

Carole King and her song, ‘Beautiful’ – her music and lyrics have always inspired me.

“The glass is always half full.”

An Italian Greyhound called Huey – he is 5 years old and a great companion. Huey loves people, getting out for a walk and stopping to say hello to people and other dogs.

Cooking , going for a long walk on the weekend and meeting people, stopping to chat, and enjoying the surroundings.

I am a great fan of the Netflix series, Grace and Frankie, starring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin. They are in their 80’s, use their voice to advocate on community issues and are role models for many of us decades younger than them.

Roast lamb with baked vegetables.

Vietnam – went on a motor bike tour 5 years ago for 15 days – best holiday ever! The people, food, countryside and riding a motor bike. It was a great adventure!

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