Meet our NDIS Support Coordinators
Kristy is a social worker with extensive experience working with young people and their families, specifically those who are disadvantaged, marginalised and at risk. Kristy applies a strength-based person-centered approach to engage clients in a manner that is constructive, pro-active, purposeful, valued and respectful with the objective of enhancing one’s strengths and supporting them to thrive.
Kristy brings passion, energy and dedication to delivering high level outcomes for her clients by drawing upon her in-depth understanding of effective advocacy and case management. Quoting one of her participants “I like her, she gets sh#t done!”
Kristy is our ‘go-to’ person for all things NDIS. She has the ability to identify the key information in a complex system or issue and convey it in a clear, simple and persuasive way.
Outside of work, you’ll find Kristy on the netball court, at a live music or comedy gig or reading in nature.
Harley is a Specialist Support Coordinator with extensive experience supporting young people, in particular those who have experienced past trauma, have an intellectual or physical disability, youth justice involvement or substance use concerns. With over 10 year of experience in supporting some of the most at risk and vulnerable people in both government and non-government roles, Harley has developed a balanced and well-versed approach to his person-centred practice and a high aptitude for navigating complex systems.
Harley seeks alliances to help the people he works with achieve their goals based on their own values and aspirations. Harley is passionate about protecting the rights of vulnerable people and works with a collaborative approach with those that he supports in order to help them to develop the areas they find important.
Harley strives to be a person who leads by example and be a positive role model to others, both personally and professionally. He believes that education and improvement is a life-long journey and enjoys getting the opportunity to be a part of other people’s journey in a positive way. Harley employs intentional practice and has a keen focus on staying grounded in order to support the people he works with to do the same.
Harley prides himself on leading a family orientated lifestyle with his lovely wife and two children. The adventures and challenges are amazing and Harley loves them dearly - he wouldn’t have it any other way!
Harley is the starting point guard for HazBeanz and goes by the moniker HP35.
With a background in Early Childhood Education, Johanna’s drive for human rights and social justice has led her to becoming a social worker.
Johanna brings humility, warmth and empathy into her work and centers her practice around the lived experiences of the people she works alongside with. In framing individual narratives, Johanna applies a strength-based approach and strives to enhance participants’ self-determination. Grounding this approach on human rights frameworks, Johanna focuses on the abilities of each participant and seeks to find ways to overcome disabling environmental barriers. Linking social work knowledge to the role of support coordination enables Johanna to maintain a holistic focus in supporting participants in achieving their goals.
In her personal life, Johanna enjoys exploring nature with a tent and backpack and you will often find her at the beach throughout the summer months.
Levi has a background in team management, leadership and IT. He recently started in support co-ordination out of a desire to help more people and make a difference in the community.
Levi has a strong focus on reliability and communication, while trying to make things as easy as possible for his clients. Levi is great at conflict management and holds himself in a level-headed way in all situations. He has an easy-going attitude and always strives to his best no matter how big or small the task.
In his personal life, Levi is a loving father to his two children and a dedicated husband. When he's not working, you can find him playing punk shows on the weekend across the dingiest bars in Adelaide or playing Playstation online and losing.
Kylie is a Support Coordinator with extensive experience across the youth, mental health, and alternative education sectors.
With a strong commitment to social justice, advocacy, access and inclusivity , Kylie works diligently to support individuals and families as they navigate often complex systems.
Kylie has a keen interest in the impacts of psychosocial disability and the hopes and promise of recovery.
Her broad complex case management skills and experience utilize strengths-based, client-centered and restorative frameworks.
When not at work Kylie can be found at the beach with her family of two and four leggeds, cooking up a mean risotto and barracking for Carlton on a Saturday afternoon.
Bianca has over four years’ experience in the Disability Sector and has extensive knowledge within the NDIS field and navigating complex support systems.
Bianca has previously provided support to individuals with Disabilities, Mental Health and Wellbeing issues requiring flexible care needs to foster empowerment, facilitate community participation and inclusion to live a more fulfilling life. Bianca possesses a can-do attitude and always tries her best no matter what the task is at hand.
In her spare time, Bianca enjoys spending time quality time with her family and friends, especially her nephew. Bianca will often enjoy a movie or new series on Netflix and enjoys exploring local restaurants.
Tara has nearly two years' experience as a Specialist Support Coordinator and thoroughly enjoys assisting her participants to reach their goals and feel supported in their NDIS journey.
With a background in Mental Health and assisting vulnerable people Tara brings ambition and a positive attitude to her work. She thrives on the challenges that Support Coordination brings and works hard to get the best services and outcomes for her participants.
Outside of work you will find Tara with family or friends, watching or participating in some kind of sport or with a novel and a cup of tea in hand.”
Madeleine is a Support Coordinator with a social work background and extensive experience in the disability sector. Madeleine utilises a strengths-based and individualised approach to work holistically with people to achieve their goals and break down systems and environmental barriers.
With a sense of empathy, liveliness and passion, Madeleine strives to empower individuals to navigate the complexities of the NDIS. Her biggest passions are motivated by social justice, community inclusion and choice and control within the lives of people with disabilities.
When she’s not at work, Madeleine spends her time with family and friends, taking her husky on adventures and wandering aimlessly through OP-shops.