Meet our Leaders

Dr Kylie Henderson

Founder & Managing Director

Founder and managing director of the parent company comprising of Care Squared, Back2Work, Assessment Squared, Me&Work, Aim2Work UK and Your Health Plus.

Dr Kylie is a clinical psychologist with more than 20 years of experience. She holds a Doctorate of Clinical Psychology, is an adjunct research fellow at the University of Southern Queensland and a member of the Australian Psychological Society Clinical College and the Institute of Company Directors.

Dr Kylie founded Care Squared because she believes everyone, regardless of disability or mental and medical health issues deserve the same opportunities to realise their full potential.

In her spare time, Dr Kylie loves to hang out with her family (including border collie, Harvey), enjoys travelling and plays competitive basketball and softball.

Fred Cicchini

Group CEO

Director and group CEO of the parent company comprising of Back2Work, Care Squared, Assessment Squared, Me&Work, Aim2Work UK and Your Health Plus.

Fred is a registered psychologist with more than a decade of clinical experience. He has postgraduate studies in social health, a Masters in Business, postgraduate studies in Psychology and is a member of the Institute of Company Directors. Fred has held senior executive positions in the outsourced human resources and occupational health industries and has been recognised for his ability to grow and develop the profitable and forward-focused enterprise.

Fred joined Care Squared because he is an ally and advocate for those who others would seek to marginalise. He passionately believes that economic participation is a valid and valuable psychological intervention that empirically demonstrates that people are better working than when they are not.

Fred is a loving husband and dad. He has collected comic books since he was a teenager and is a sucker for stories where good triumphs over evil and the most unlikely people overcome adversity. He lives to laugh and doesn’t mind shocking people from time to time.

Rebecca Milloy

Chief Executive Officer

Rebecca is an accomplished occupational therapist with over 17 years of invaluable experience in the field. She earned her degree from the University of South Australia and complemented a Master of Business Administration at the University of Adelaide.

With 15 years of her career dedicated to leadership roles, Rebecca has excelled in guiding and supporting allied health professionals to deliver exceptional services across diverse settings and age groups. Her clinical proficiency spans spinal cord injury, neurological conditions, and complex disabilities, honed through her tenure in both private and public sectors.

Rebecca's impact extends beyond clinical practice; she has played a pivotal role in assisting organisations in refining their service designs, particularly within the realm of allied health transition and delivery under the NDIS framework. Her active involvement in the development of equipment funding guidelines, best practice standards, and equipment prescription tools underscores her commitment to enhancing industry practices.

Driven by her unwavering dedication to participant outcomes, Rebecca is deeply passionate about crafting interventions that empower individuals to achieve their goals. She champions the design of person-centered service delivery models, recognising the significance of tailored approaches in fostering meaningful progress and success.

With a blend of expertise, leadership, and a genuine passion for making a difference, Rebecca continues to leave an indelible mark on the allied health landscape, enriching the lives of those she serves.

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