Shannon Spence graduated with a Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) in 1995 and commenced work in a state government agency undertaking behaviour support and case management. In 2001 Shannon completed a Bachelor of Social Work degree from Monash University. Over the last 24 years he has been working in several government departments in Australia and in the United Kingdom. Shannon is experienced in providing interventions tailored for people with a disability. Shannon also has extensive experience working in child protection and out of home care settings. In 2011 Shannon graduated with a Master of Social Work (Advanced Practice), he is also an accredited Social Worker with Australia Association of Social Workers (AASW).
Rosalee Beale graduated with a Occupational Therapy degree in 1996 from the University of Newcastle. Rosalee has significant experience in working within the aged care sector and supporting people manage life stages and transitions. Rosalee is our Clinical Manager and oversees the delivery of services.
Rebecca Vickery is a recent graduate Social Worker completing her Master of Social Work (Professional Qualifying) from Charles Sturt University in 2018. Rebecca has extensive experience working in government departments in the area of disability and has held positions of support planner, case manager and community nurse. Rebecca has over 20 years experience of working with people with a range of disabilities and with her nursing background is experienced supporting people with complex needs.
Breanna Blick has completed a Diploma in Community Services and is currently studying Bachelor of Social Work at Newcastle University. Breanna has worked in the disability field for the last 2 years, where she has been working successfully supporting people who have complex support needs. Breanna specialises in supporting people who are in Supported Independent Living placements.