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It's my life!

Meet our Support Coordinator

Amanda Marsh


What is your favourite aspect of being a support coordinator, and why?

  • Making a Positive Impact: I find fulfillment in helping individuals lead more fulfilling lives through a variety of services working towards participants individual goals. Being able to be a part of a positive impact is incredibly rewarding.

  • Building Meaningful Relationships: I enjoy being able to work closely with participants, their families, and various service providers. The relationships formed in this role can be very meaningful and lead to a strong sense of community.

  • Advocacy: I enjoy advocating for my participant, ensuring their needs are met, and their voices are heard.

  • Continuous Learning: The disability sector is constantly evolving, and i have the opportunity to keep learning about new services, approaches, and best practices for my participants.

What is something you have achieved in your role/life that you’re really proud of?

Supporting individuals to achieve their goals, whether it’s gaining more independence, accessing educational opportunities, or improving social interactions, is one of the most rewarding aspects of being a support coordinator and I am proud that I have been involved in helping many individuals meet their goals.

What is an interesting fact about yourself?

I am half blind. I have been blind in my right eye since I was 3 years old, and at the age of 16 I had surgery to remove my eye and replace it with a prostatic eye.

Three words that best describe you?

Passionate, understanding, dedicated.

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