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0452 651 213

Email

admin@yourpath.net.au

Office Hours

Mon-Fri: 9am – 5pm
Saturday: 9am – 3pm

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Our Staff

We are a South Australian based organisation working within the regions of Gawler to Glenelg and up to Adelaide Hills. We are focused on helping to make the seemingly unachievable easy to reach. With the help of our tireless staff, we assist with daily activities, social gatherings and anything else you may require to achieve your goals.

The Your Path team ensures a tailored support, in order to help you follow your interests and assist with your needs.

We are highly motivated when it comes to your care and look forward to working with all members of our community the best way we can.

Steve

Steve

Hi I’m Steve, and i am a father of twin girls. Before starting in disability over 2 years ago I was a infantryman in the Australian Defence Force for almost 8 years.

Through lived disability an opportunity for a career change arose.. My hobbies include fishing, computer games, outdoor activities and I am not afraid to try new things.

EJ

EJ

Hi, I’m EJ. I’m a father of a beautiful young daughter and have been a disability support worker for 2.5 years. My passion is been able to help and support people in everyday life. I Enjoy making video’s with participants and giving them inspiration when it comes to getting into the community.

My hobbies include photography, arts/crafts, drones, VR and meeting new people.

Liana

Liana

Passionate about assisting others to live their lives to the fullest, Liana aims to support clients in building essential life skills. Though only recently entering the disability support sector, Liana has developed years of experience through supporting her mother and she believes that provision of support starts with a person-centred attitude. Liana loves to spend time outside with clients or engaging in art activities together. In her spare time, Liana enjoys listening to music, film photography, trying new foods/restaurants with loved ones and the occasional video game. She is always excited to meet new clients and can’t wait to see where this path takes her!

Kia

Kia

A country girl at heart, Kia is enthusiastic about taking a holistic approach to help people reach their goals and pursue their hobbies and interests. She’s worked in various schools around Adelaide providing extracurricular activities to young students specializing in Art and the exploration and exposure to different art mediums. She also volunteers her time with The Hospital Research Foundation’s ‘Brushlines Workshop’ which runs weekly for those who live with Parkinsons or have suffered from Stroke. Kia enjoys meeting new people and her clients speak highly of her ability to listen, understand and encourage personal development.

Ryan

Ryan

Ryan has had over 8 years experience in the industry and had been chosen by other organizations to work in team leader roles.  He is compassionate and dedicated in ensuring client’s needs are always a priority.  Ryan has an amazing can-do attitude with no task too big when it comes to assisting his clients and believes obstacles are a road map to personal growth.  He enjoys the gym and being outdoors living a healthy lifestyle and is a positive influence on his peers and clients around him.

Brianna

Brianna

Highly motivated and reliable with proven time management and collaborative skills developed from years of sporting commitments.  She is proactive and committed to providing services to a high standard with a person centred approach focussing on the needs of her clients.  Briana is known for being a bright and easy going person that will be there to listen, give guidance and bring out a smile to those around her.

Dave

Dave

Dave is naturally caring and understanding to those who are unable to express themselves.  With a hospitality and nursing background back in the Philippines, Dave proficiently supports his clients with daily living tasks, personal care, transport/community access and his speciality, meal preparation.  His clients and their families enjoy having Dave assist in their homes and its always a pleasant surprise seeing the magic he does in the kitchen when preparing meals.

Fiona

Fiona

Having previously worked in aged care, Fiona has extensive experience and proven track record of ensuring clients feel safe and taken care of. She has a genuine empathy and understanding for her client’s needs and goals and is know for a good laugh and conversation.

Catherine

Catherine

Catherine has always had a passion for helping people since she was young from watching her mum who was nurse for 25 years. Catherine had always wanted to follow in her footsteps and had been studying a nursing degree but had to defer to raise her two young daughters full time.
Her journey has only started in disability support, yet has become an integral part of her client’s day to day care and building strong rapport with NDIS participants and their families
In her spare time she enjoys spending time with family and friends, going to Speedway to watch her brother race, traveling and camping.

Emilio

Emilio

I’m 26 years old, since 2015 I’ve worked as a singer & songwriter all around SA, performing live.

I’m also a huge advocate of mental health and have worked 1:1 with clients of all ages to make positive lifestyle changes.

For the past 3 years I have worked with some of the most wonderful youth in both educational and secure custodial environments. I’ve worked as part of school wellbeing teams as well as a youth worker in Kurlana Tapa.

I come from a mixed ethnic heritage and so above all my core value is family. I love hiking, camping, hunting, fishing, gym, games (electronic & physical), movies & TV shows, photography, digital media, music (playing, listening, & making), and FOOD (cooking & eating).

Lastly, I aim to bring out the best in that person. In life we all deserve someone who relentlessly believes in our potential; I aim to be the mirror that shows people the best in themselves.

Darren

Darren

My name is Darren

I have had many positions in the disability sector. I am passionate about helping people succeed with their goals and out in the community.

I have empathy and understanding for participants.

I enjoy sports and learning new activities

I enjoy spending time with my 3 children

Amanda

Amanda

Hi, I’m Amanda. I’m a mum to two beautiful young kids who certainly keep me busy.

I have a back ground in health and real estate that has exposed me to working with people from all walks of life. I am naturally a very empathic and caring person with a can do attitude and great time management skills.

I love spending time with my family, horse riding, Italian cuisine and being outdoors.

Daniel

Daniel

I have been a support worker since 2021 and have built a lot of professional relationships with my participants. I started off working in retail for 9 years where I learnt a lot of communication skills. I highly have a positive attitude, there isn’t a day where you won’t see me smiling and laughing. I absolutely love watching sport and socialising in the community.

My interests include most sports especially NBA and AFL. Keeping fit is a big one for me and playing poker and listening to music.

Melissa

Melissa

Mel has been working in the community and aged care space for over ten years. Working with participants who require PEG feeds, complex seizure management, Complex mental health and social and community services. Mel studied nursing prior to graduating with a degree in health science. Mel enjoys a good laugh (usually at herself), enjoys watching TV series (usually crime, drama or supernatural) as well as doing aerial silks on the weekends.
Michelle

Michelle

I have always been passionate about helping people. With 20 years experience working in the aged care sector & looking for a change, I decided that Disability Support was a good fit for me. In my spare time I enjoy craft, cake decorating, painting & drawing, spending time with family and friends.
Katelin

Katelin

Katelin has a very nurturing nature and approaches her work in disability with compassion, respect and an open mind. Her true passion lies in helping people reach their full potential and she is dedicated to empowering individuals to lead fulfilling and independent lives. By encouraging self-expression and fostering a sense of autonomy, she strives to help clients achieve their goals and aspirations.

Katelin has a strong work ethic and spends her free time working on her family farm raising two children, lots of cows, a dog and chickens. Additionally, she is studying a bachelor of psychological science.

Cody

Cody

Cody if a 24 year old female with a specific passion for individual differences and catering for all abilities and needs. Cody is a huge believer in the quote “different, not less” If Cody isn’t working you will find her in the garden or buying plants. Cody has completed a degree in behavioural science with post graduate qualifications in forensic psychology.

Aaron

Aaron

Aaron is a 30 year old male. Aaron has an Eastern European background. Prior to disability Aaron used to work in civil construction

Aaron enjoys keeping fit through hiking yoga and working out/Weight lifting. 

Aaron enjoys assisting people through encouraging healthy eating and emotional regulation through breathing techniques.

Love a nice cup of coffee, fresh air, and a creative conversation. 

Leeanne

Leeanne

Leeanne has been in the aged and disability sector for 15 years, Leeanne also provided care to her mother who was in a wheelchair throughout leeannes life. Leeanne is passionate about support work so much that she taught for years to share her passion. Leeanne loves to learn, enjoys doing jigsaw puzzles and going for coffee. Leeanne has a jack Russell called bosco who has her heart and she walks regularly. Leeanne has just started learning auslan.