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Meet Our Staff

Managing Director & Support Worker
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Abdul is not only the Managing Director of Grace Remote Support Services, he is a compassionate and dedicated support worker with a genuine passion for making a positive difference in the lives of individuals in need. With several years of experience in the field, he has developed a deep understanding of the challenges faced by those requiring support and is committed to providing them with the highest level of care and assistance.

Abdul possesses a diverse skill set that enables him to adapt to the unique needs of each individual she supports. He is adept at building trust and rapport, establishing strong relationships with his clients and their families, and creating a comfortable and safe environment for them. Abdul understands the importance of active listening and communication, ensuring that his clients’ voices are heard and respected.

As a support worker, Abdul is well-versed in assisting individuals with daily activities, such as personal care, meal preparation, and medication management. He recognizes the significance of promoting independence and encourages his clients to participate in decision-making processes, fostering a sense of empowerment and autonomy.

Abdul’s empathetic nature and patience allow him to provide emotional support to those who may be experiencing difficult times. He has a deep understanding of mental health issues and is skilled at offering reassurance, encouragement, and a listening ear. His non-judgmental and compassionate approach creates a safe space for individuals to express their emotions and concerns.


Support Worker
Certificate IV in Disability
Certificate IV in Mental Health

Lornah has a wealth of knowledge and experience in working with people with disabilities and in aged care. She is dedicated and passionate about her work and the people she works with. With a number of years experience, Lornah has a proven track record of delivering person-centred care tailored to meet the unique needs and preferences of each individual.


Lornah prioritises building meaningful relationships and fostering a sense of trust and security among the clients. With a solid understanding of common medical conditions affecting the aged, people with disabilities and mental health issues, Lornah can effectively monitor health indicators, administer medications and assist with medial appointments, ensuring the overall health and well-being of GRSS clients is met. 


Training completed by Lornah includes diabetes management, positive behaviour support training, dysphagia training and manual handling. 


Support Worker

Sylvester approaches his work with empathy and kindness, creating a supportive environment to the clients. He is adept at finding creative solutions to challenges, ensuring that clients receive the best possible support and assistance.


Sylvester believes in a client-centred approach to care, where the individual's preferences, goals and aspirations are a the forefront of their support plan. He works collaboratively with clients and enhances thier overall quality of life.


Service Business Manager & Support Worker
Yolanda’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Social Science, Graduate Diploma in Primary Education, Master in Education, and Certificate IV TAE.

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Yolanda has 20 years experience in the education sector where she has held leadership roles, specialising in training, inclusion practices and teaching from primary to high school. She holds a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and has worked for an RTO.

Yolanda is a dedicated  teacher and support worker, having worked in remote Indigenous communities for 10 years throughout her career. She is committed to promoting educational opportunities and empowering Indigenous communities. Working in Indigenous communities, Yolanda developed a deep connection with the culture and immersed herself to enable herself to be educated by the locals.

As a child, Yolanda witnessed the challenges faced by so many due to limited access to quality education and resources. Determined to make a difference, she pursued a degree in Social Science and Education, specializing in community development and primary education, to gain the necessary knowledge and skills to then work remotely.

In addition to her role as a teacher, Yolanda also serves as a leader of  inclusion support, addressing the diverse needs of the Indigenous community she served. She understands the complex social, emotional, and cultural challenges faced by Indigenous students and their families. Yolanda actively collaborates with other professionals, community leaders, and organizations to develop and implement programs that promote holistic well-being, cultural preservation, and academic success.


Senior Support Worker & Cultural Adviser

Phillp has a wealth of experience and comes from a remote community in the Northern Territory to extend his knowledge and experience in Derby and surrounding areas in the Kimberley. Throughout his career, Phillip has worked with diverse populations, though mainly Indigenous Australians, with disabilities, mental health issues, and those in crisis situations. He has a strong belief in the inherent dignity and worth of every person, and he strives to empower his clients to reach their fullest potential.

Phillip’s approach to support work is rooted in empathy, patience, and respect. He actively listens to his clients, understanding their unique needs and tailoring his approach to meet them. Whether it is helping with daily tasks, providing emotional support, or advocating for their rights, Phillip is dedicated to creating a safe and nurturing environment where his clients can thrive.


Support Worker
Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing and Disability)
Certificate III in Health Services Assistance (Acute Care)

Rency has joined Grace Remote Support Services with a passion to support people with diverse needs. She is a compassionate and skilled support worker with a wealth of experience and qualifications in individualised care to the elderly and individuals with disabilities. Rency has a strong background in aged care and disability support and is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for those she assists. Her unwavering commitment to promoting independence, dignity and well-being makes her a valuable asset to our support team.


Rency processes a proven experience in individual support, having worked in various healthcare settings. She approaches her work with empathy and kindness, creating a supportive environment for those she works with. Rency has excellent communication skills, enabling her to interact effectively with clients, their families and healthcare professionals, fostering a collaborative approach to care.  

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