Care Support Staff

At Community Care TASMANIA we pride ourselves on the the quality, friendliness and professionalism of our care support staff who deliver quality care to our clients every day.. Some of them speak about their work on this page.

If you want more information about working for us as a care support worker click here


Deborah, Margate, September, 2016 (Deborah joined CCT July 2015)

Deborah worked with two different agencies when she came to Tasmania, "But I moved to the Community Care TASMANIA last July because Ben Greaves was Case Manager. I think it is important to have someone you know you can relate to and share a joke with, but also know they can be serious when needed."


Deb, Wynyard, November, 2016 (Deb joined CCT May 2016)

Deb is based in Wynyard. Since joining CCT in May 2016, she averages shifts of 17-20 hours a week and commutes up and down the north west coast to Somerset, Burnie, Penguin and Ulverstone. ‘I love it’, she says of her new life and job. ‘I love my clients who can be both funny and demanding, but overall awesome; I just love the interaction’.


Ella, Creative Connections Support Worker (centre with artists Josie Milazzo on the left and Johanne Salter on the right.)

I started as a care support worker with Community Care 22 years ago. I came onto the Creative Connections program in 2009. The participants (artists) love to come and the atmosphere is great. We pick them up and they love to talk...the whole class is great fun and great for them.




Support Workers Picture Gallery

Our latest group of disbaility support workers at training May 2018

Our latest group of disbaility support workers at training May 2018

Not all hard work though!! May 2018

Not all hard work though!! May 2018

Evelyn Vonnie And Danialla

Evelyn Vonnie And Danialla