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"My goal is to have the resources both personally and within our agency to provide assistance where needed at any given time."
This gives me great job satisfaction.” As Lifestyle Centred Service’s Director, Karl also oversees the financial operations of the company as well as meeting the demands of the 24-hour emergency response line.
Karl believes Lifestyle Centred Service’s strength lies in its ability to face challenges outside the box and to continually achieve what other agencies cannot. Providing direct support to clients and playing an integral role in improving their lives is what Karl finds most rewarding, and he believes personal contact is the key. “Being a real person, if only at the end of the phone for our staff, clients and associates at any time of the day or night gives them confidence that there’s always someone available to assist no matter the problem.”
Karl’s ten-year career with the Victorian Police Force, combined with almost twenty years in the disability sector has equipped him with the experience and insight to understand the unique needs and expectations of clients. As well as having fundamental knowledge of the operational side of the business, Karl’s hands on style of leadership has seen him take on numerous roles within the industry from a direct care support worker in disability and youth services specialising in behaviours of concern, to full time foster carer to numerous children, and manager of a care services agency, before launching Lifestyle Centred Services.
A devoted family man, Karl has managed to strike the right work-life balance to enable him to assume the role of stay at home dad to six children between the ages of 8 and 22, while steering Lifestyle Centred Services to new levels of growth and professionalism.
Although Karl sees himself as a duck on a pond – all the action happens under the water, while above remains serene – it’s not all about work. Residing on Queensland’s beautiful Sunshine Coast, Karl relaxes by spending quality time with his family, including fishing, four wheel driving adventures in the local bushland, exploring beaches and gardening. “Most of my free time is spent with my family, taking enjoyment from the day-to-day things.”
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Tara holds a pivotal role within Lifestyle Centred Services requiring a multi-faceted skillset. As well as ensuring organisational efficiency by overseeing the agency’s day-to-day functions and managing staff and support workers, she also contributes to the development and implementation or organisational strategies and practices.
A disability industry career professional, Tara commenced employment with the Department of Community Services (now DHHS) in 1981. She has undergone extensive training and development in disability and residential management, completing her Advanced Diploma in Disability in 2007.
Tara’s career has spanned every aspect of disability from direct support work with clients, to staff supervision, family liaison, management of residential units, and project, outreach and case management. With additional roles including as Southern Regional Coordinator for a non-profit organisation, Health & Safety Consultant overseeing OHS legislation, and teaching Certificate IV in Disability at Warragul TAFE, Tara is well-equipped to uphold the aims and objectives of Lifestyle Centred Services.
I love that we focus on a completely personalised service for our clients, taking into consideration their choice of staff, their needs and requirements to provide the best quality support,” say Tara. “Our aim is to maintain staff who have the passion and commitment to assist a person with inclusion, independence, dignity and respect, regardless of circumstance.”
A denizen of the Mornington Peninsula, Tara has two children, four grandchildren and shares her home with two Staffordshire Terriers. A seasoned traveller, she loves travelling overseas as well as skiing and camping. Weekends see Tara socialising with friends, gardening, or spending time with her family.
Tarina’s title really doesn’t reflect the diversity of her role. An integral part of the Management Team, she is on call to do whatever it takes to get the job done.
The scope of her duties sees her wearing a number of different hats from negotiating service agreements with other organisations to following up industry regulations, implementing new policies and procedures, or meeting our clients and their families in their homes to discuss their unique care needs and support requirements. Other days can see Tarina managing rosters and staffing requirements, and liaising with a wide range of other services. There are even times she steps back into a support worker role!
Tarina loves that Lifestyle Centred Services are able to grow with the ever-changing disability sector. She credits superior teamwork, and the ability of all staff to work together to provide tailored and flexible services and ensure that each person’s needs are met according to their requirements. Says Tarina, “I like that we look at new ways of delivering support to people, and we’re always happy to look outside the square to see if things can be done differently. It helps that we have fantastic staff that provide quality support to individuals within their home and the community.”
Tarina has a lengthy and accomplished career in the disability industry, commencing when she was just seventeen years old. She worked with the Department of Human Services for over fifteen years holding a variety of roles within the finance sector, and also Program Coordinator roles within Aged Care, Financial Counselling and Youth & Housing Services. Additionally, she has worked extensively in direct care and day services for not for profit organisations holding positions such as Individual Support Coordinator and Training & Recruitment Coordinator.
Tarina is in her seventh year with Lifestyle Centred Services and loves her role and the company. “We continue to develop and grow within the industry, but are still focussed on providing the best quality and staff and support to our clients”.
On a personal level, Tarina is committed to her energetic family. Having three sons, she is kept busy on weekends with their many sporting activities. The family love spending time together and taking holidays when they can. They are completed by their beloved Chocolate Labrador, Bella, who is an enthusiastic demonstrator of affection. Bella remains a work in progress …
Marianne joined the team late in 2016 and coordinates and consults for our clients funded by the Royal Children’s Hospital Family Choice Program and NDIS packages. Working closely with the Recruitment Coordinator, Marianne works tirelessly as a liaison between the Children’s Hospital, families, and support workers to provide families a chance for downtime, to work, or to spend time with loved ones, additionally coordinating clients funded by the NDIA.
After many years working in finance, telecommunications and superannuation, Marianne decided a change was in order and studied Community Service, knowing her real passion was to work with people to make positive changes in their lives, and to be there to offer an ear when they need to speak to someone. She worked at another community organisation in specialising in children’s services before moving to LCS.
When she isn’t at work, Marianne enjoys football, the A-League and Big Bash, and is an avid traveller, with a goal of extending her skills to humanitarian pursuits in the future.
http://www.cheferetv.net/pizdabolstvo/2371 JESSE, Administration Officer
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Jesse joined the LCS team in 2017 with extensive experience in administration spanning over 20 years. Her role is to support both the administration of LCS and our Recruitment Coordinator in her busy role. Jesse is a diligent and comprehensive administrator with a passion for doing things right the first time. Jesse also works closely with the Project Officer to continually improve our processes, including moving to digitalised filing in 2017 - meaning a greener, paperless environment in the office.
Jesse has valuable personal experience with disability, with one of her two children being on the Autism Spectrum. She brings this knowledge into the workplace, understanding what is required at a grass-roots level.
In her free time, Jesse is an artist, and has sold several pieces, hoping one day to exhibit her works. Although she doesn’t describe herself as a green-thumb, she is currently challenging herself in the garden, learning “…how to keep my plants alive, including a very needy Bonsai!”
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Ruth joined the Lifestyle team in the role of Project Officer in 2015. With an insightful eye on the big picture, she’s adept at developing tools to streamline the parameters in which our disability support workers operate, and monitoring ways to continually improve our services.
Whether it’s making a form more user-friendly, improving database efficiency, or researching new legislation to ensure we continually align with industry regulations, Ruth is always ready for a challenge. “I love how person-focused Lifestyle Centred Services is, and I really enjoy doing work at a grass roots level. I have a great deal of respect for people who care for people and I want to be able to support them to do their job to the best of their ability.”
Ruth holds a Certificate IV in Business (Public Relations), which lead to a career in community health. Prior to joining the Lifestyle Centred Services’ team, she worked for a community nursing service in Perth for three years before returning home to Melbourne to commence work at a large disability service organisation where she assumed a number of roles including Volunteer Coordinator, Quality Officer and Recruitment Officer.
A lifelong dancer, when she’s not at work Ruth juggles her love of ballroom dance with parenting her young daughter. “I have been dancing most of my life and have gotten back into it after some time away. It breaks up my week and is a great way to keep fit and meet new people.”