TAG Allied Health Assistants
Allied Health Assistant
Anne-Maree has joined the TAG Team bringing her passion and enthusiasm for working with children and is excited about the opportunity to share her 12 years’ experience as a Teacher Aide to her role as one of our newest Allied Health Assistants. She believes in the power of play and the magic of discovery and considers her work an absolute privilege.
Anne-Maree’s great loves are her family and friends and sharing time with them. She enjoys spending a rainy day with a great book and can be known to be a tad crafty.
Favourite colour: “I prefer to use the whole box of crayons”
““Use your voice for kindness, your ears for compassion, your hands for charity, your minds for truth, and your heart for love” – Unknown
Executive Personal Assistant
Leonie currently works in our administration department. She enjoys being apart of the exciting behind the scenes work that is involved in running TAG. Leonie has also recently completed study to become an Allied Health Assistant and is very excited to go on your TAG adventure with you! Leonie has previously worked in childcare, where her interest in Allied Health (in particular Speech Pathology) first began. Leonie is super passionate about being a part of the journey and the moments whereby our clients achieve their milestones, overcome their challenges and make their dreams a reality! Leonie is also a very proud mum to her beautiful (yet cheeky!) toddler. You will often find her off on an adventure with her husband and daughter (of which her favourite is camping) or playing in a park on a lovely sunny day. Favourite colour? – Blue! Favourite food? – Cheese! Something I don’t like? – Coffee and insects!
“The biggest adventure you can take is to live the life of your dreams.” – Oprah Winfrey
Carly is returning to the workforce to join the administration team after being a stay-at-home mum to two beautiful girls for the last six years. Carly will be taking care of NDIA Claiming and general office administration. Having a daughter who has medical needs gives Carly an understanding of how important services like TAG are to families. I like: Spending time with her family and friends, good food and going to the beach. I don’t like: Spiders or the cold.