Meet some of our passionate support workers
I have always wanted to help people in need ever since I was very little. At university, I decided to study psychology and social work, but my passion only emerged when she discovered the world of casework, counselling and helping those in the community. This meant that I could be more hands-on and make a difference in people’s lives in a more personal, practical and emotional way which is most rewarding for me.
I have always had a passion for social justice. Working in disability care has given me the opportunity to make a difference in the quality of people’s lives no matter how small these changes seem. I am constantly learning and growing while working in this field.
I find disability care work highly satisfying and rewarding. Every day is unique as is each client who keeps the work interesting. I like to participate in meaningful work that makes a positive contribution to society and through person-focused care I can help clients achieve their goals.
I have worked as a support worker in various disability sectors for the last 3 years. I work in community care mainly because I love helping others, I love to travel, experience new challenges and explore new things.
It’s a field of work that hits close to home for me. I’ve grown up experiencing how important this work is to individuals, families, and communities. I’ve always wanted a career that positively impacts others and has the opportunity for creating positive change in society.
I am a creative individual, who is friendly, joyful, thoughtful, and patient. I work in community care because I want to help vulnerable clients with mental disabilities who need support, empathy and good care.
I was drawn to carer work because I firmly believe in the importance of helping improve the quality of life of people that need it. Providing that type of support is a source of great inspiration for me as it enriches my life. I am empathetic, kind-hearted, optimistic, honest, polite, and enjoy helping and contributing to the happiness of others.
I like supporting people to reach their full potential and overcome any challenges that are preventing them from reaching them. I like making a difference to people’s lives so they can contribute to society and live a life with purpose.
I have over 18 years of experience in community service.
I specialise in supporting people with disabilities living independently. I have successfully advocated and supported people in the general community and look forward to ensuring the people I support have their rights and everyday needs adhered to.