Care Squared is an NDIS Service Provider with Translating and Interpreting Services!read more
Care Squared is registered with Translating and Interpreting Services (TIS National) for engaging translation and interpreter support for NDIS participants. Our allied health professionals will assist registered participants from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds that may need interpreting assistance to communicate with providers. Providing such services allows Care Squared to engage and provide assessments and intervention supports to eligible participants and to make sure information about the NDIS, and our services, will be shared in a way participants can understand.
TIS National is an interpreting service provided by the Department of Home Affairs for people who prefer a language other than English, and for agencies and businesses that need to communicate with linguistically diverse people.
Services available for NDIS participants to use with registered providers include:
- Immediate phone interpreting.
- Pre-booked phone interpreting.
- On-site interpreting.
To book interpreters or to register for a TIS National Client Code go to www.tisnational.gov.au.
BRISBANE, Australia July 20, 2019 — The Better Health Generation (TBHG) today announced the appointment of Amanda Lacey as Chief Executive Office of our NDIS services business, Care Squared. Care Squared is powered by The Better Health Generation.
“We are very pleased to welcome Amanda to The Better Health Generation,” said TBHG Group CEO Fred Cicchini. “Over the past 12 months we have worked to establish a strong framework and the systems needed for Care Squared’s fast-growing, participant-focussed services. Amanda is an outstanding addition to our management team and will be a great asset for the Care Squared brand as we embark on our next stage of growth.”
Amanda is an occupational therapist with close to 20 years of clinical experience, ranging from hospital to community to workplace rehabilitation. She has also held various leadership roles including as a health and safety superintendent in the mining sector and state operational manager for a workplace rehabilitation provider. Amanda is passionate about empowering people to be as independent as possible in their home and the community. She believes in building an organisation that consistently delivers on the values of care, integrity and quality of service provision to all participants.
Connect with Amanda via her LinkedIn profile here. https://www.linkedin.com/in/amanda-lacey-a2a650a/
About The Better Health Generation
The Better Health Generation, comprising of Aim2Work UK, Assessment Squared, Back2Work, Care Squared, Me and Work and Your Health Plus is an Australian-owned, international allied health company focused on innovative and high quality integrated allied health interventions and support to help people realise their full potential. TBHG services are available in both metropolitan and regional areas throughout Australia and the United Kingdom. For information on The Better Health Generation please visit the Company’s website at www.thebetterhealthgeneration.com.au.
Care Squared is a strong supporter of One Community’s fantastic Ready Set Connect events and have been travelling all over the country meeting NDIS participants, carers and Support Coordinators in their communities. Ready Set Connect events are fun, professional and are all about sharing industry knowledge, information and contacts. The events are times and structured and delivered in a “speed dating” format where we get to meet all event attendees. We have met so many wonderful people and have SO. MUCH. FUN.
Just a few of the places we’ve visited in the past six months alone include; Adelaide, Bunburry, the Central Coast, Darwin, Frankston, Newcastle, Perth, Sydney’s Northern beaches, West Ryde and more! And we’ve got the Sunshine Coast, Tweed Heads and Brisbane coming up soon.
So, if you hear Ready Set Connect is coming to your area make sure you pop in and say hello!
SYDNEY – 5 July 2019. We hear all the time that “the way people work is changing”, and for office workers that often means days from home, hot-desking and cloud-based software.
What does it mean for occupational therapists, though? And how is this impacting the way we train and prepare the next generation of practitioners?
Our amazing National Operations Manager, Jessica Francis, will present a paper on these challenges and how she’s built a team to overcome them at Occupational Therapy Australia’s 28th National Conference and Exhibition 2019 next week. The conference is slated to attract more than 1,500 attendees to the International Convention Centre this year.
Congratulations Jess on being selected and we can’t wait to see you speak!