Mark’s formal training is in Support Coordination, Disabilities Support, Community Services, Music, Visual Arts and Commerce. Mark regards himself as a lateral thinker who believes sound and listening are the foundations to creating ideas that can inspire the world to see things differently.Continue reading →
Alan is a community builder working from an Assets Based Community Development (ABCD) perspective. He has spent his career working to serve and build community.Continue reading →
I have a passion to help people in our community and to do the right thing. I speak three different languages which enable me to communicate widely with our diverse multicultural community.Continue reading →
Francisco has wide-ranging experience in developing and implementing programs for a range of people with various support needs, including managing challenging behaviour, community access, employment skills, self care skills, daily living skills, computer skills, sports and relaxation techniques.Continue reading →
I’ve come from a NSW Health background as a substance abuse counsellor. More recently worked in child protection for the ladt 12mths.Continue reading →
The content in this Guidebook is to offer a place for conscious decision making to be practically applied when choosing or using particular community engagement and development frameworks and their practices, processes and patterns. It is loosely based on the work of Giorgio Agamben, who says,
“I will call an apparatus, literally anything that has in some way the capacity to capture, orient, determine, intercept, model, control, or secure the gestures, behaviors, opinions, or discourses of living beings.”
Bruce is innovative and creative which helps to explore new opportunities for participants, building on their strengths to coordinate and implement supports suitable to their needs.Continue reading →
I have worked in and around behaviour support for the last 4 years. I have a Bachelor of Health Science and I am currently obtaining my certificate IV in Disability. I have been working in this sector for the last 6 years beginning in swimming teaching, direct support work, group therapy and therapy assistant work.Continue reading →
Cristina is a General Psychologist registered with the Psychology Board of Australia (AHPRA). Cristina has over 10 years experience in the Mental Health field with focus in Self-care practices, Person Centred approach, Trauma Informed Care practice as well as extensive knowledge on how to navigate the Mental Health System in the Northern Rivers Region, including the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).Continue reading →
I have worked in disabilities for the past 26 years. I have a diploma in disabilities, case management and service coordination.
The last 4 years I have been helping families and individuals transition and navigate this new world of the NDIS..
The NDIS has opened up a new wonderful way of life for so many but has also been a catastrophe for others.
I enjoy helping people get the best out of their NDIS plan. I believe everyone deserves to have opportunities and to live a good life.