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Discover why our team has so much to offer you and your family

The Growing Early Minds team is committed to giving our clients individual care, expert advice and personal attention. With over two decades of experience in the early intervention and disability sector, you’ll quickly see why our allied health team has so much to offer you and your family.

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Operational staff

Cindy - Senior Operations Manager

Cindy – Senior Operations Manager

Cindy Price comes back to Growing Potential as the Senior Manager – Performance for the Growing Early Minds Team. Cindy is an experienced Senior Manager working across a variety of service types in the Community Services sector. Most recently Cindy has worked in the NDIS world as a Quality Auditor and Executive Manager of Disability Services. She is passionate about ensuring all service users have the opportunity to access supports that meet their needs, in a flexible, meaningful way. Her skill set and knowledge will bring a new perspective to the team, and wider organisation.

Cindy holds her Bachelor of Teaching (Birth to 5 years), Diploma of Business Management, Diploma of Quality Auditing, Cert 4 in Training and Assessment.

Cindy was born and raised in the Western Sydney Suburbs and is passionate about giving back to the families and wider community. When Cindy is not busy working you can find her hanging out with her three nephews, spending time with family and solving WASGIJ (jigsaw spelled backwards), an innovative jigsaw puzzle in which the picture on the box is merely a clue for the puzzle being solved.

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Samantha Engagement Officer

Sam is the Engagement Officer for Growing Early Minds and joins us having a diverse background working in operations and administration, the last 7 years being in the disability sector and NSW Health.

Working in the disability sector has been a rewarding element of her career as she loves helping families achieve their goals, and watching the children learn and develop their skills through therapies and social groups.

Born and raised in Western Sydney, Sam gives back to the community by volunteering with local charities at their events and programs. On the weekends you will find Sam spending time with her husband and two teenage sons, either at their sports or the beach in summer. Sam is a very crafty person and enjoys making gift items and scrapbooking.

Sarah – Accounts Receivable Officer

Sarah is the Accounts Receivable Officer for Growing Early Minds. Sarah has a strong Administration and Accounts background working previously in the sales and manufacturing industries. She has a Certificate III in Business Administration, a Certificate IV in Customer Contact/Telecommunication and a Diploma of Management.

Sarah has always had an interest in working in the health and childcare fields and is looking forward to working with children and their families.

In her spare time, Sarah enjoys baking and cake decorating, spending time with her family and friends and weekend trips to the Central Coast.

Kyla – Recruitment Officer

Kyla is the Recruitment Officer for the Growing Early Minds Team.  She is passionate about all aspects of the recruitment process and is an experienced recruiter in the Allied Health space.

Kyla is committed to expanding the GEM team to continue to provide services to children and their families to help each child reach their full potential.

Spare time is enjoyed with her two sons and extended family, reading and gym work.

Therapists

Sophia - Practice Lead & Occupational Therapist

Sophia – Practice Lead/Occupational Therapist – BAppSc(OT) – AHPRA

Registration number: OCC0001795012

Sophia is the Practice lead and occupational therapist for the Growing Early Minds team. She has a wide variety of experience working with children both in mainstream and disability sectors for over 10 years.

Sophia is able to support children’s motor development, social skills, sensory needs, self care and emotional regulation. She currently has a passion for supporting children who have experienced trauma and is particularly interested in how children’s past experiences impact their abilities to express their emotions, calm themselves down, play with others and maintain relationships.

Sophia has recently completed a certificate in Cognitive behaviour training for children and adolescence, helping clients understand how their thoughts influence their emotions. Sophia has experience running group therapy programs such as school readiness and social skills, and has strengths in case management and advocacy for complex families.  Sophia has had prior managerial experience in Kenya setting up education and health projects within a community setting. Sophia is currently enjoying managing the Growing Early Minds team through their transition into the NDIS and fostering a positive, holistic approach within the workplace.

In her spare time, Sophia enjoys being active, trying new restaurants and traveling.

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Australia Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) supports 15 National Boards and is responsible for regulating health professions e.g. occupational therapy, psychology etc. The primary role of the National Boards is to protect the public and set standards and policies that all registered health practitioners must meet. Sophia is a registered AHPRA practitioner.

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Francesca – Paediatric Dietitian – BNutrSc, MNutr & Diet

Francesca is a paediatric dietitian in the Growing Early Minds team. She has experience working with children and their families in both clinical and community settings, to develop positive relationships with food and meet their nutritional needs. Francesca is also a qualified chef, providing her with a range of practical skills and tips for parents to use, when navigating the challenges of feeding their children.

Francesca is passionate about providing families with their own tool box of nutrition strategies to navigate the challenges that growing up can have. At Growing Early Minds, Francesca provides nutrition advice to children presenting with disability and feeding issues, food aversions and restrictive eating behaviours, poor or excessive weight gain, food intolerances and allergies, nutrient deficiencies, and gastrointestinal disorders.

Francesca holds a Master degree in Nutrition and Dietetics and has also completed additional training, including the Monash University Low FODMAP diet for IBS management, ARFID (A Responsive Feeding Therapy approach) and is a certified SOS feeding therapist.

Accredited Practising Dietitian Badge The Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) credential is a public guarantee of nutrition and dietetic expertise. APD is the only national credential recognised by the Australian Government, Medicare, the Department of Veterans Affairs and most private health funds as the quality standard for nutrition and dietetic services. Francesca is a registered dietitian with APD.

Kate – Paediatric Dietitian – BappSc(Ex&SpSc), MNutrDiet

Kate is a paediatric dietitian in the Growing Early Minds team. She completed her Master of Nutrition and Dietetics at The University of Sydney and is an Accredited Practising Dietitian with Dietitians Australia. She also holds a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science.

Kate has experience working with children and their families in a variety of settings. At Growing Early Minds, Kate provides nutrition advice to children across a range of areas. She is passionate about working with children and their families to improve their health and quality of life.

Kate has a strong interest in the area of food allergies and intolerances, and has completed training through the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA). She has also completed additional training in the nutritional management of children with ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

In her spare time, Kate enjoys spending time with her friends, family and pets, reading books and watching Netflix.

Accredited Practising Dietitian Badge The Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) credential is a public guarantee of nutrition and dietetic expertise. APD is the only national credential recognised by the Australian Government, Medicare, the Department of Veterans Affairs and most private health funds as the quality standard for nutrition and dietetic services. Kate is a registered dietitian with APD.

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Andrea – Senior Speech-Language Pathologist – BspPath, CPSP

Currently on maternity leave

Andrea is a senior speech-language pathologist who works with children and their families in the Growing Early Minds team.

Andrea enjoys helping families work on their goals around communication, play, behaviour and learning to help their children develop. Andrea has 10 years of experience supporting children with developmental delay and a range of disabilities.

Special interest areas include infant, toddler and preschool-aged feeding (including SOS Approach to Feeding). Andrea also has a range of experience in supporting children with pre-literacy skills and school-aged language and literacy. Andrea is Hanen Program certified (More Than Words) to help children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) with social communication, and Lidcombe Program certified to assist children with difficulties in fluency (stuttering).

In her spare time, Andrea enjoys walking her puppy dog Beans with her daughter and husband, and spending time at the beach.

Speech Pathology Australia is the national peak body for the speech pathology profession in Australia. Andrea is a certified practising member.

Sanjida - Speech-language Pathologist

Sanjida – Senior Speech-Language Pathologist – BSpPath, CPSP, Lidcombe certified, Hanen certified

Currently on maternity leave

Sanjida is a speech-language pathologist in the Growing Early Minds team. Sanjida’s areas of experience are in early language development, working with school-aged children, and working with children with developmental delay and with additional needs, including Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Sanjida is interested in working with families from culturally diverse backgrounds and providing education for families and carers. She is passionate about supporting inclusion in the community.

In her spare time, Sanjida enjoys playing with her toddler, spending time with her family, and reading books. Other interests include dinosaurs, Harry Potter, and trivia.

Speech Pathology Australia is the national peak body for the speech pathology profession in Australia. Sanjida is a certified practising member.

Nimi - Speech-language Pathologist

Nimi – Speech-Language Pathologist – MSpeechPath(Curtin), CPSP

Nimi is a speech-language pathologist in the Growing Early Minds team. Nimi is passionate about supporting and empowering children and their families.

Nimi enjoys working in a range of areas, including language, speech, multimodal communication, literacy, play skills, and social skills. Nimi has a special interest and experience working with children with a range of presentations, such as developmental delay, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and intellectual disability. Nimi is able to speak English, Mandarin, Cantonese, and Bahasa/Malay.

Nimi is trained in Hanen More Than Words, Hanen It Takes Two to Talk, Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) and Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding.

During her spare time, Nimi enjoys musicals, trekking in nature, and spending time with family and friends.

Speech Pathology Australia is the national peak body for the speech pathology profession in Australia. Nimi is a certified practising member.

Yasemin - Speech Language Pathologist

Yasemin – Speech-Language Pathologist – BSpPath, CPSP

Yasemin is a speech-language pathologist in the Growing Early Minds team. Yasemin completed her Bachelor of Applied Science (Speech Pathology) at The University of Sydney. She is passionate about working with children and their families to help the child’s learning and development reach its full potential.

Yasemin has experience working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), ADHD, developmental delay and down syndrome, in a range of settings. She has experience in assessment and treatment of speech, language, literacy, fluency (stuttering) and multimodal communication.

She is a strong believer in incorporating families in goal setting and providing them with the right tools and strategies to be able to facilitate their child’s communication.

Yasemin is also Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) and Key Word Sign trained.

In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with friends and family and going to the beach.

Speech Pathology Australia is the national peak body for the speech pathology profession in Australia. Yasemin is a certified practising member.

Hsiu-Wen – Speech-Language Pathologist – BAppSc (SpPath)

Hsiu-Wen is a speech-language pathologist in the Growing Early Minds team. She is passionate about inclusion and making communication accessible. She enjoys working with children with disability, developmental delay or neurodivergence, and their families.

Hsiu-Wen is trained in the Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding, the Get Permission Approach, Hanen More Than Words, Key Word Signs, Voicecraft and the LAMP approach.

Hsiu-Wen speaks English and Mandarin.

In her spare time, Hsiu-Wen enjoys bushwalking and travelling.

Speech Pathology Australia is the national peak body for the speech pathology profession in Australia. Hsiu-Wen is a certified practising member.

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Aneesa – Speech-Language Pathologist – BspPath, CPSP

Aneesa is a speech-language pathologist in the Growing Early Minds team. She completed her Bachelor of Applied Science (Speech Pathology) at the University of Sydney in 2021. She is passionate about collaborating with clients’ families, caregivers and other health professionals, to ensure optimal services are provided and improve the client’s overall quality of life.

Aneesa has experience working with individuals with moderate to high support needs, in schools, community health centres and in clinic settings. She has gained experience in working with a variety of individuals, consisting of children with intellectual disabilities, developmental delays and verbal and non-verbal individuals with mild to severe autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

Aneesa speaks English and conversational Arabic and has worked with non-English speaking families in the past.

In her spare time, she enjoys grabbing brunch with family and friends, watching beach sunrises and sunsets and going to the gym.

Speech Pathology Australia is the national peak body for the speech pathology profession in Australia. Aneesa is a certified practising member.

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Alena – Speech-Language Pathologist – BAppSc (SpPath), CPSP

Alena is a speech-language pathologist at Growing Early Minds. She completed a Bachelor of Applied Science (Speech Pathology) at The University of Sydney and is a certified practising member of Speech Pathology Australia. 

Alena is passionate about working with children and their families to help each child reach their full communicative potential. She has experience working with children in both clinical and community settings, to assess and treat speech, language, literacy, and voice disorders. 

Alena speaks English and conversational Arabic (Lebanese dialect) and has experience working with CALD families in the community. She values parent collaboration and education and appreciates the importance this has on improving a child’s speech, language, and social skills.

In her spare time, Alena enjoys travelling, reading books, and spending quality time with family and friends. 

Speech Pathology Australia is the national peak body for the speech pathology profession in Australia. Alena is a certified practising member.

Lynn – Speech-Language Pathologist – BSpPath, CPSP

Lynn is a speech-language pathologist in the Growing Early Minds team. She completed a Bachelor of Speech Pathology at Australian Catholic University and is a certified practising member of Speech Pathology Australia.

Lynn is interested in working in a range of areas, including speech, language, multimodal communication and social skills. She has clinical experience working with children and adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), speech and language, and swallowing difficulties across various settings, including schools, hospitals, telehealth and private settings.

Lynn speaks English and conversational Vietnamese. She has experience working closely with families of culturally and linguistically diverse. Lynn is passionate about collaborating with families to create meaningful and effective intervention for their children.

In her spare time, Lynn enjoys cooking, going to the gym, taking her dog for walks, spending quality time with family and friends.

Speech Pathology Australia is the national peak body for the speech pathology profession in Australia. Lynn is a certified practising member.

Priscilla – Speech-Language Pathologist – BSpPath(Hon), CPSP

Priscilla is a Speech Pathologist in the Growing Early Minds team. She is passionate about supporting and empowering children and their families.

Priscilla enjoys working in a range of areas including literacy, Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), play skills and language and speech skills. Priscilla has an interest and experience working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), ADHD, Intellectual Disability, and Developmental Delays.

Priscilla is trained in Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) and Sounds-Write.

In her spare time, Priscilla enjoys trying new restaurants, travelling and spending quality time with family and friends.

Speech Pathology Australia is the national peak body for the speech pathology profession in Australia. Priscilla is a certified practising member.

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Joyce – Occupational Therapist – BAppSc(OT) – AHPRA

Registration number: OCC0002330709

Joyce is an Occupational Therapist in the Growing Early Minds Team. She completed her Bachelor of Applied Science (Occupational Therapy) at the University of Sydney. Joyce is also a member of Occupational Therapy Australia and the World Federation of Occupational Therapists.

Joyce is passionate about working together with families to achieve children’s full potential with a strength and fun-based approach. Joyce has experience working with children and adolescents with ADHD, ASD and global developmental delay at home, schools and within the community. Her interests lie in working on sensory processing, emotional regulation and independence in self-care.

Joyce has experience volunteering in preschool and providing occupational therapy in an Early Intervention organisation in the Philippines addressing behavioural concerns and sensory processing difficulties.

Joyce speaks English, Mandarin and Cantonese, with experiences working with families from non-English speaking backgrounds.

In her spare time, Joyce enjoys travelling and hiking.

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Australia Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) supports 15 National Boards and is responsible for regulating health professions e.g. occupational therapy, psychology etc. The primary role of the National Boards is to protect the public and set standards and policies that all registered health practitioners must meet. Joyce is a registered AHPRA practitioner.

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Amarjot – Occupational Therapist – BOT – AHPRA

Registration number: OCC0002488925

Amarjot is an Occupational Therapist for the Growing Early Minds Team. He completed a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy at the University of Western Sydney.

Amarjot has experience having come from aged care setting and is excited to transition into the field of paediatrics and continue to grow and develop his skills. Amarjot is passionate about delivering tailored and evidence-based interventions to children to ensure they reach their goals, as well as providing support to families.

Outside of work time, Amarjot likes to travel, play cricket and spend valuable time with family.

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Australia Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) supports 15 National Boards and is responsible for regulating health professions e.g. occupational therapy, psychology etc. The primary role of the National Boards is to protect the public and set standards and policies that all registered health practitioners must meet. Amarjot is a registered AHPRA practitioner.

Sashi - Psychologist

Sashi – Clinical Psychologist – BSc Psych (Hons), M Psych (Clinical)

Registration number: PSY0001816697

Sashi is a Clinical Psychologist for the Growing Early Minds team. Sashi holds a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology and is currently completing her registrar program to obtain endorsement as a Clinical Psychologist.

Sashi has a variety of experience working with children, adolescents and adults in different mental health settings including community mental health, hospitals and private practice. She enjoys working with families to alleviate mental health issues using a strength-based approach to address issues such as depression, anxiety, trauma, difficult and risky behaviour and social skills deficits.

In her spare time, Sashi enjoys travelling and experiencing different cultures, food and hiking.

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Australia Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) supports 15 National Boards and is responsible for regulating health professions e.g. occupational therapy, psychology etc. The primary role of the National Boards is to protect the public and set standards and policies that all registered health practitioners must meet. Sashi is a registered AHPRA practitioner.

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Rayanne – Provisional Psychologist – BPsych(Hon), M Prof Psych, M Ed (ABA)

Registration number: PSY0002272964

Rayanne is a Provisional Psychologist working for the Growing Early Minds team. She completed her Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) at the University of Sydney and Master of Professional Psychology at Western Sydney University. Additionally, Rayanne has over 4 years of experience in Applied Behaviour Analysis and holds a Master of Education (Applied Behaviour Analysis) from Monash University. She is currently completing her registration as a Board Approved Behaviour Analyst (BCBA).

Rayanne has experience in behaviour management across settings, positive parent training, anxiety management, depression and Emotion Regulation difficulties. She is deeply passionate about helping children and their families improve their quality of life. Rayanne strives to educate and empower her clients using individualised evidence-based interventions. She is also committed to taking a multi-disciplinary approach to therapy as she believes that this is important in helping her client reach their full potential.

In her spare time, Rayanne enjoys spending quality time with her family, cooking, baking desserts and travelling.

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Australia Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) supports 15 National Boards and is responsible for regulating health professions e.g. occupational therapy, psychology etc. The primary role of the National Boards is to protect the public and set standards and policies that all registered health practitioners must meet. Rayanne is a registered AHPRA practitioner.

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Cinekha – Provisional Psychologist – BPsychScH, MProfPsych

Registration number: PSY0002472162

Cinekha is a Provisional Psychologist who is part of the Growing Early Minds team. She completed a Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) at the University of Wollongong and a Master of Professional Psychology at Macquarie University.

Cinekha has experience working with children and adolescents in private practice and educational settings. She is passionate about tailoring interventions to the specific child to ensure that her clients are able to achieve their goals and feel heard. Cinekha also strives to use engaging and creative activities to help her clients reach their full potential.

In her free time, Cinekha loves to read, cook and create art.

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Australia Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) supports 15 National Boards and is responsible for regulating health professions e.g. occupational therapy, psychology etc. The primary role of the National Boards is to protect the public and set standards and policies that all registered health practitioners must meet. Cinekha is a registered AHPRA practitioner.

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Jennifer – Provisional Psychologist – BA(Psych), PgDip (Psych)

Registration number: PSY0002621000

Jennifer is a Provisional Psychologist at Growing Early Minds. She completed a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) and Postgraduate Diploma of Psychology at Macquarie University.

Jennifer has spent several years working with foster children and their families and has particular experience with children who have experienced trauma. She enjoys working with families and children to ensure the client receives a tailored approach to their own specific needs.

In her spare time, Jennifer enjoys playing with her children, running, and baking (and eating!) desserts.

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Australia Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) supports 15 National Boards and is responsible for regulating health professions e.g. occupational therapy, psychology etc. The primary role of the National Boards is to protect the public and set standards and policies that all registered health practitioners must meet. Jennifer is a registered AHPRA practitioner.

Cassandra – Provisional Psychologist – BPsych(Hon)

Registration number: PSY0002625132

Cassandra is a Provisional Psychologist for the Growing Early Minds Team. She has completed a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) at the University of Western Sydney.

Cassandra has a passion for excelling children’s potential and meeting their goals and needs through specific tailored intervention programs. She strongly believes in an approach that each child is unique and strives to accomplish an improvement in their quality of life. She is also committed to helping all diversities and has experience working with many cultures.

Outside of work, Cassandra enjoys travelling with family and friends, spending time on the beach and going to the gym.

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Australia Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) supports 15 National Boards and is responsible for regulating health professions e.g. occupational therapy, psychology etc. The primary role of the National Boards is to protect the public and set standards and policies that all registered health practitioners must meet. Cassandra is a registered AHPRA practitioner.

Supreet – Provisional Psychologist –  BPsychS(Hons) and BA

Registration number: PSY0002498091

Supreet is a provisional psychologist for the growing early minds team. Supreet has completed her bachelor’s in psychology (Honours) and is currently completing her master’s program in Professional Psychology.

Supreet has over 4 years of experience working with young adults and children in the disability sector. Supreet is very committed to helping young people navigate and improve their quality of life. She is passionate about following a strengths-based approach supporting clients and their families in reaching their potential. Supreet believes in working with a multidisciplinary team to develop a more individualised approach.

Supreet enjoys volunteering for the Westmead children’s bandage bear charity every year. In her spare time, Supreet enjoys exploring different cuisines, and spending time with family and friends.

Tick of approval

Australia Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) supports 15 National Boards and is responsible for regulating health professions e.g. occupational therapy, psychology etc. The primary role of the National Boards is to protect the public and set standards and policies that all registered health practitioners must meet. Supreet is a registered AHPRA practitioner.

Charlie – Allied Health Therapy Assistant

Charlie is an Allied Health Therapy Assistant joining the Growing Early Minds team. Charlie is currently in his third year of a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy at the Australian Catholic University in North Sydney.

Charlie is very excited to work part-time with the team to develop his skills and knowledge of Paediatric therapy. He enjoys working with children developing their potential whilst maintaining a positive and fun environment. He is eager to learn skills from the staff at Growing Early Minds that he can employ in his future carer.

Charlie is from Cooma, in rural NSW and enjoys playing sport in particular Rugby League and supporting the Sydney Roosters. Charlie also works part-time in the Army Reserve as an Artillery Officer.

Elise – Allied Health Therapy Assistant

Elise is an Allied Health Therapy Assistant joining the Growing Early Minds team. Elise is currently studying her Bachelor of Occupational Therapy at Australian Catholic University and is in her third year of study.

Elise is very excited to be a part of the Growing Early Minds team to develop her social skills with children and being able to observe and learn from other staff members to help understand the objectives of pediatric Occupational Therapy.

In her spare time, she enjoys relaxing with family and friends as well as visiting the central coast. She also works part-time in Early Childhood working towards her Certificate 3 in Early Childhood Services.

Familylinks team

Program facilitator for familylinks services

Lacey – Familylinks Program Facilitator

Lacey is a Familylinks Program Facilitator and brings with her an abundance of knowledge and skills acquired from her years of experience in the Disability and Early Childhood sectors. Lacey holds her Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care and Certificate III in Disability Services. Currently working towards her Diploma in Early Education and Care, Lacey aspires to continue her studies and professional development to extend her skills and knowledge of the Early Education sector.

Through her experience working with children, families and the community, Lacey’s passion lies within ensuring each individual is provided with equal opportunity and provided with quality care and service. Lacey enjoys sharing her skills and knowledge and thrives on helping others in achieving their goals.

Lacey is an active individual who has spent years in the dance studio as a student, teacher and professional performer. It is here that Lacey believes her personal qualities such as dedication, teamwork, perseverance and understanding flourished and has assisted her in her everyday work as a professional.

During downtime, Lacey enjoys going on adventures with her son and fiancé, dancing and leading flower crown making workshops.

Executive General Manager

Dylan - Executive General Manager

Dylan – Executive General Manager

Dylan is an experienced executive with a diverse work history encompassing senior roles within a range of private and NGO organisations. With extensive experience managing complex, large-scale project teams, Dylan brings an innovative and analytical perspective in all professional areas.

Since 2006 Dylan has successfully worked in a range of senior management and executive roles within the human services area. These include 3 years as the policy and community development manager for NSW largest Aboriginal children service. He has also worked five years in the peak body organisation for disability organisations leading capacity building business development projects to prepare the sector for the transition of the NDIS.

With exceptional professional networks within the human services space at both a state and national level, Dylan’s real strengths include project management, business development, strategic planning, quality management, staff development and change management. Dylan’s professional background also enables him to talk with authority in matters regarding social policy development, legislative frameworks and sector advocacy.

With a passion for forging cross-sectoral partnerships and identifying sustainable pathways to achieve growth and development, Dylan brings an innovative business-driven approach to the family services portfolio.

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