"Knowledge is power. If we are to provide good quality care, we need to be properly educated and feel supported. Our role is support you to develop the practical skills and knowledge to not only provide good quality care to your loved one, but to ensure that you too are taking good care of yourself in what can be an extremely stressful journey that is dementia."
- Brooke George, Holistic OT
Proudly South Australian.
Servicing the Eyre Peninsula
Director and Occupational Therapist
Brooke has worked in the aged care sector for 10 years, initially as a personal care worker before graduating as an occupational therapist.
Brooke has worked in acute inpatient and community mental health settings where she had a particular interest in older persons mental health, including assessment of psychiatric symptoms in the context of neurocognitive disorders.
Brooke's passion lies within dementia care where she provides clinical assessment and support in both community and residential aged care settings. Brooke is on a mission to help break through the stigma of dementia and help people living with the condition to feel valued members of society where they can contribute to their community and continue to have purpose. Outside of work, you will see Brooke out running the local trails with her Border Collie Murphy. Of course spending time with her family and young daughter is a big priority, as well as playing netball for the mighty Wayback Demons!
Jess joined our team in 2020 to provide much needed support in the administration department. Jess worked in the health and medical sector for some time prior to joining our team. Her friendly and approachable nature has been welcomed with open arms. Jess is passionate about getting to know our clients to help them achieve their goals.
Outside of work Jess enjoys spending time with her beautiful daughter and watching her grow. She loves to keep active, spending time at the beach in summer and dominating the netball court throughout the winter.