Joslyn is the Director and Senior Support Coordinator of ActionAbility. Since 2012, Joslyn has worked closely with countless people living with disabilities & their support networks. She continues to be humbled by the resilience and strength of those she works with, despite the immense challenges many are faced with daily. She understands that the individuals she works alongside are experts in their own life and she feels honoured to be given an opportunity to learn and find inspiration from her clients, gain unique insights, contribute to their growth and the pursuit of their goals in any way possible.
Since the rollout of the NDIS in Western Sydney in 2016, Joslyn has worked alongside participants and their support teams providing Support Coordination services. Over the years, she has discovered and appreciated what "works" and definitely observed a few things that don't work so well where "the wheels fall off"
The desire to do things a little bit differently and whole lot better led Joslyn to create ActionAbility, where creative, genuine investment and individually tailored Support Coordination is the sole focus.
Joslyn says “Barriers will come up! Together we will get around it, go over, under or straight through it if we have to. Think without barriers”
"Success seems to be connected with action. Successful people keep moving. They make mistakes but don’t quit."
– Conrad Hilton
Yuna has many years of experience in the Disability Sector and embodies passion and enthusiasm for her work. Yuna has developed a broad range of skills in the various roles she has undertaken including as a direct-support provider (one to one support) Activities Coordinator and Support Coordinator. Yuna feels great joy as she supports those who need assistance and endeavours to contribute her knowledge and experience to work towards her client’s short- and long-term goals. Yuna is genuine and down to Earth as she meets her clients wherever they are in life and works with them through thick and thin. Yuna has a particular interest in supporting those who may have a more diverse culture and background as Yuna is a pillar of support in the Korean community. Yuna has immense experience in Community services and states “Support Coordination is my favourite role!”
“Watch your thoughts, they become your words; watch your words, they become your actions; watch your actions, they become your habits; watch your habits, they become your character; watch your character, it becomes your destiny.”
- Lao Tzu
Bella draws upon her strong background in individual support both in the disability and personal development space to deliver a highly personalised and tailored approach to her Support Coordination service. As a physical fitness instructor, direct support mentor and Support Coordinator coupled with her bubbly, proactive and compassionate personality, Bella brings an energizing zest to her work.
Bella endeavours to view a person's life holistically and build capacity within the individual (or family member) to better understand how the NDIS can work for them to support both their daily needs as well as short and longer-term goals.
"Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better."
- Maya Angelou
Samina brings a gentle, insightful approach to the ActionAbility team. With her personal lived experience supporting close family members through the NDIS maze, combined with her professional experience as a Support Coordinator, Samina understands the NDIS experience in a way that few do. She approaches her role with passion and dedication as she strives to make a genuine difference in the lives of those she supports. Samina's life experience and passion for skill development have provided her with a plethora of practical tools and knowledge to assist her client's in progressing towards and achieving their goals. She wishes to make a genuine impact on each individual she works alongside and make the journey through the NDIS just a little bit easier and stress-free.
Sarah has a background in social work with ample experience working in the mental health sector. Sarah has experience working with both children and adults and is passionate about using a person-centred approach when supporting people.
Sarah has been working as a Support Coordinator since 2018 and has a wide range of knowledge in the NDIS space. Sarah also has experience working as a disability support worker for many years and understands the importance of empowering people to make their own decisions.
Sarah uses a gentle and empathetic approach to support people to overcome barriers and work towards their goals.
|"Everything will be okay in the end. If it is not okay, it's not the end" -John Lennon|
With over two years of experience in the Support Coordinator role, David possesses extensive knowledge and expertise assisting participants to transition into Supported Independent Living (SIL) and Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) settings. David has worked with numerous high-risk and vulnerable participants and has often worked in partnership with Case managers, Public Guardians and Social Workers.
"No limitation is limitation"
"Discipline equals freedom"