Staff members in the Impact team have practiced and studied in a wide variety of areas. These include Applied Science, Community Services, Disability Studies & Welfare Studies, Aged, Palliative, Attendant & Intensive Care, Intellectual Disabilities & Challenging Behaviour Studies, First Aid Level 2, Manual Handling, Paraplegic, Quadriplegic and Acquired Brain Injury.
The staff team works closely together to coordinate possible group functional gatherings. Flexibility is a vital component to the program. A neurological disorder can mean great uncertainty for people due to fluctuating health needs and issues. This often results with people being in and out of hospital and respite. Impact planning requires versatility to accommodate this. Staff are in close contact with participants to allow for last minute changes. The staff often shuffle their working times to best facilitate fluid, effective support.
To become a member of the Impact team you must be passionate, creative, open-minded, utterly flexible and a team player. That’s not all – you must demonstrate through your behaviours and actions and commitments and drive to support and encourage our participants to live their life, their way and to make every day count. Our staff never loses hope and energy and are continually energised to provide a high quality service.
Everyone is supported uniquely and this is reflected through people’s individual plans and our versatile and sensitive approach.
Our team collectively have a diverse range of skills, talents and attributes. It’s not until you become a part of the Impact community that you get a true appreciation of each person’s individual strengths and passions.
Our staff co-exists in a workplace culture that exudes mutual respect and a collaborative work approach. To the best of our ability Impact empowers each and every person and seeks input at all levels. At all times we have fun while we work hard and generally like to celebrate our successes and achievements amongst the Impact community.
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