Meet Xander — he started with My Supports as a Support Worker in 2017. Now, he’s a Neighbourhood Team Coordinator in Joondalup, WA.
Thinking outside the box, with practice Sue is able to tell when things are cooked or baked without being able to see — simply by feel and smell.
Discover how clients and My Supports staff embrace the challenges involved with distance. We’ve chatted with Katie Hook — a Neighbourhood Team Coordinator in Walgett (a remote town of just 2,500 people).
My Supports has officially completed its first year of our Staff Reward Program.
My Supports has been chosen by almost 1,500 NDIA participants across five states — now is a good moment to reflect on how we started and the vision that inspired us.
Due to a period of high growth we are seeking a suitably qualified professional Psychologist to join our New South Wales team. This is a new role, supported by an experienced team of professionals, delivering a range of psychological services to a variety of clients of all ages, including children.
Christopher was socially isolated and did not have many social connections. This affected his sense of wellbeing. Kylie Bertie, My Supports Neighbourhood Team Coordinator – Macarthur (NSW) had an idea.
Getting more control over your life and getting more active can often be done best with the support of a team – it can bring a mix of skill, personalities and experiences.
Working in Neighbourhood Teams in your very own community, under the direction of a State Coach, we are seeking part-time (3 days per week) Team Coordinators for the metropolitan and rural areas listed below.
Leonnie has a rare condition called Niemann-Pick Type c. She has short term memory loss and could be anxious.