Marvin has been with Interchange since 2013 and is approaching a decade in the role of supporting people with disability to live a good life!
Jessica finds that working with and helping people with disability to live a good life comes with many joys. When it comes to sliding into her advocating role she stresses how important it is for people to be seen for their abilities, not their disabilities.
Respect is something that is part of every aspect of our lives whether we recognize it or not. Why? Because respect is when we accept someone as they are, for who they are.
Individuality is defined as the unique characteristics and traits that make someone one of a kind. Encouraging someone to celebrate their individuality can boost self-esteem and confidence.
Ever since starting as a disability support worker, he found that caring for someone else feels utterly fulfilling and he enjoys the team spirit and supportive environment at Interchange.
Meet Catalina. When Catalina was on the hunt for someone to support her on her journey as an NDIS participant, she came across Interchange on Google and instantly felt like it was the right fit for her. She has been happy with her choice ever since.
There is no place like home - Everyone needs a place to call their own. A place where we can relax and unwind. Interchange is here to help you find that safe place according to your wants and needs.
At Interchange, all staff receives training to gain and improve their knowledge on how to safely help the people they support who may have dysphagia.