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Support Workers and NDIS Support Services

At Heart to Heartbeat we believe it is a privilege to join your team as a disability support worker. We are honoured to be your mentors and coaches in the journey of life. For us, it’s about building a connection. Our support workers see the same clients on a regular basis and participate in the same holiday programs, camps and respite care as you do, so you can expand yourself within the comfort of familiar faces.

An NDIS Support Worker Team That Cares

Our NDIS Disability Support Services

At Heart to Heartbeat we offer both Core NDIS supports and Capacity Building Supports including:

Assistance with shopping, cleaning, cooking and meal preparation and you daily tasks
Improve social skills in the community and grow in confidence within community based activities
Working with you to create confidence to strive for independence
Create and maintain relationships both at home and in the community
Assist and support you in your health and well-being

For NDIS Support Services That Meet Your Needs

Our Friendly Disability Support Workers

All our NDIS support services are provided by qualified support workers with their NDIS Module, Covid Safe Module, Yellow Card, Blue Card and Current First Aid/CPR Certificates, Certificate 3 in Individual Support and Certificate 4 in Mental Health.

We believe in matching clients to support workers who share their interests and passions. So here’s a little bit about the people you might like to work with:

Directors Stu and Freida Suniula

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We started Heart to Heartbeat to make a difference in people’s lives. We are continuously striving to build a better community for all, one family at a time.

With a deep Christian faith, we met at a young age, built a family, grew together on this journey of life, to finally find our calling in Heart to Heartbeat. We are both trained psychosocial recovery coaches with a raft of life experience caring for our own diverse family.

At home you will find us spending time with our adult children, both two and four legged. We feel most blessed that our children have joined us in this family business and look forward to meeting you wherever you are on your journey of life.

Sara Fairlie

support worker Dylene Rolando

Sara, but pronounced Sadah. 

Being a support worker brings me enjoyment and gratitude knowing I have been accessible to my participants, it impacts me in more ways than one, knowing I’ve been able to help in growth and possibly knowledge is a privilege.

I am a kind soul, and appreciate what life has to offer. I have a happy little boy and he is my greatest blessing. I’m a happy, kind, loving and patient person, and I hope to help you access ways to achieve what you need and want. 

Supporting the Moreton Bay Region. 

Tyrone Suniula

support worker Kaylee Colebrooke

I believe every individual is unique and has different way of viewing the world, hopefully I can become part of it and help support you to greater things. 

Spending time with my family and friends is what keeps me going. I think it’s important to surround yourself with positive, supportive people that have your best interests at heart. 

I enjoy taking life slow-paced and enjoying it as much as possible along the way, you’ll often find me up a hill watching the view, enjoying a rugby match or simply hanging out with those that are close to me. 

Supporting the Moreton Bay Region.

Xanthe Beach

support worker Dylene Rolando

Kia Ora, I’m Xanthe. I’m new to the Heart to Heartbeat team and support work, however, I have a background in Childcare back home in New Zealand.

I enjoy learning new things, building great connections and helping people in any way that I can. I’m excited to encourage others to achieve their goals and thrive in an abundance of happiness. 

I’m family orientated, and the second eldest of four. I pride myself to be very understanding, easy-going and bubbly. 

Supporting the Moreton Bay Region.

Dylene Rolando

support worker Dylene Rolando

I enjoy working with and getting to know my clients and helping them get the most out of life.

I enjoy working with and getting to know my clients and helping them get the most out of life. With my Certificate IV Teacher Aide/Disability and Certificate III in Business Management.

I have had a knowledgeable and joyful history within support work and I’m so excited to be able to broaden my knowledge now in the world of support coordination.

I love good food, staying fit, experiencing new things, and spending time with my family and children at the beach.

Support Coordinator based in Brisbane.

Nickyla Suniula

support worker Kaylee Colebrooke
I believe that every individual is unique and has the potential to grow and achieve goals, and I am looking forward to reaching them with you. 
 

I hold a Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care with 4 years experience. In my spare time I enjoy going to the gym, creative arts and spending time with my family.

I am a calm, kind, honest, patient and trustworthy person and I am looking forward to getting to know you. 

Supporting the Moreton Bay Region.

Zenith Swann- Campbell

support worker Kaylee Colebrooke

Kia Ora, I’m Zenith, I’ve recently started working at Heart to Heartbeat. 

 

I enjoy getting to know new people, making memories and sharing new experiences. I’m more than happy to assist in any way I can and love encouraging people to exceed their potential for the benefit of their happiness

 

I come from the East Coast of New Zealand and moved to Australia at the beginning of this year. I’m the eldest of 5 and very family orientated. I’d like to say I’m very easy going, patient and understanding. 

Abigail Porter

support worker Kaylee Colebrooke

Hey, I’m Abi, I am from a large family and half my life my parents have been foster carers, on top of that I worked in child care from 2019 – 2023 and have also been a volunteer within youth for a few years at my church. 

I am growing in my understanding each day within disability support services and enjoying it so much, I hope to be able to be the person to assist you to achieve your goals. 

I like the simple things in life and enjoy music, going to the beach, enjoying the sunshine and getting to know new people. 

Supporting the Moreton Bay Region. 

Eryn Bruhn

support worker Eryn Bruhn

My passion is helping people to find laughter and joy in the simpler things in life.

I first entered the world of disability support work in early 2022, and have enjoyed every minute of it. I previously worked in childcare for 8 years before transitioning over and worked very closely with the children who needed that extra hand. 

Knowing that I can be of assistance to you and encourage you towards your goals and endeavours, truly makes me happy. I hope together we can enjoy this journey called life, take the time to have a laugh, slow down to smell the roses and enjoy the sunset. Lets take life one day at a time. 

Supporting the Moreton Bay Region. 

Jesse Snelling

support worker Kaylee Colebrooke
Being a support worker is an exciting and  fulfilling career for myself and I am keen to get to know everyone and their goals and help them achieve them. 
 
I come from a family of 5 and have just started my own family, I have a little girl who blessed myself and my wife by entering the world back in early 2023. People describe me as outgoing, adventurous, and caring. I love the outdoors and anything that comes along with it. Whether it be camping, fishing, four wheel driving, going to the beach, or climbing up mountains. 
 
Supporting the Moreton Bay Region. 

Lily George

support worker Kaylee Colebrooke
I am passionate about working and gaining experience through disability support work that I can carry through life. My goal is to work with others in a way that is fun and comfortable for us both. I hope to support all participants through achievements with enthusiasm, big and small. 
 
I am currently working towards achieving my Bachelor in Occupational Therapy Honours Degree, with a dream to work in Paediatrics.
 
I would describe myself as ambitious, bubbly and optimistic and I am always up for a laugh. In my spare time I’m often found reading a book, watching a movie, indulging in a bit of art or hanging out with my mum. 
 
Supporting the Moreton Bay Region. 

Are You Ready For Support Services That Put You First?