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Introducing Adam Webster
Your local NDIS Support Coordinator

Auscare support is excited to introduce you to Adam Webster. Adam is one of the Support Coordinators assisting NDIS participants in the western and southern suburbs of Adelaide, SA.

Adam is passionate about assisting his clients to achieve their goals, build their capacity, and exercise choice and control over the supports they receive and how they receive them.

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About Adam

Adam has worked in the disability and community services sector for 5 years and joined the Auscare Support team in March 2021. He has experience working as a Youth Mentor, Disability Support Worker, Key Worker, and Support Coordinator. Prior to that, Adam worked in various IT and Customer Services Roles.

The most rewarding part of Adam’s job is that he is able to meet a diverse range of people and help them to improve the quality of their lives.

Adam has two wonderful children, and when he is not with the kids or spending time with his partner and family, he enjoys going to the beach or spending time in nature. He tries to get to the gym a couple of times a week, enjoys attending yoga classes, watching movies, playing board games, and doing jigsaw puzzles.

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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 Adam to learn how we can assist.

Contact Adam

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Want to learn more about Adam? Please read on...

A Moment with Adam Webster

Why did you pursue a career in the disability sector?

I’ve always enjoyed helping and working with people while also being in roles that I find rewarding and fruitful.

What do you like most about working at Auscare Support?

Being in a job that I enjoy and helping others.

Favourite author/book…

My favourite book would be ‘Finding Peace in a Frantic World’ by Mark Williams. It’s one of a few books I’ve read multiple times and have even highlighted many parts of it. It provides a great insight into Mindfulness and how it can be used to provide some balance and calm in our busy lives. Certainly worth reading!

Favourite musician/band…

Krishna Das, who is a vocalist known for his performances in Hindu devotional music known as Kirtan. I’m fortunate to have seen him perform twice in Adelaide and he once performed at the American Grammy Awards wearing his every day clothes. He has a wonderful song on YouTube called ‘Maa Durga’.

Do you have a favourite saying or inspirational quote?

‘If you can be anything, be kind.’

Do you have any pets?

Yes, my children and I have a cat named ‘Bell’. She’s 5 years old and we love her a lot. She seems to always be hungry and doesn’t do a lot of jobs around the house but she makes us laugh and smile.

Do you have any hobbies?

I enjoy gardening (when I have time), swimming, hiking, listening to music and watching movies.

Favourite food…

A fresh garden salad.

If you could invite anyone to a dinner party (past or present), who would they be?

My grandmas.

Favourite holiday destination?

India.

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Don't just take our word for it

“Finally! A provider of Support Coordination with sound knowledge of their role and comprehension of how the NDIS framework operates. I can now spend more quality time with my son, trusting that the plan we have worked so hard to achieve will be under Auscare Support’s Guidance.”

userA happy Support Coordination client.

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