Haydn Busher – Service Manager
Haydn is a qualified social worker with a broad range of experience in the disability field. Haydn worked at Princess Margaret Hospital and Perth Children’s Hospital throughout the roll out period of the NDIS in WA.
With many patients of PMH/PCH in need of advocacy and support to understand the NDIS, Haydn developed a sound understanding of the mechanics of the NDIS, and the advantages and challenges of the choice and control model for participants. He has a proven track record of achieving quality planning and implementation outcomes when working with NDIS participants.
Haydn has experience working with children and families living with a disability aged 0-18+ at all life stages. He has a particular interest working with children living with complex and profound neurological conditions, global developmental delay, autism, intellectual disability, and various other rare conditions. Haydn’s experience with transition planning, NDIS plan implementation, case management, and end of life care has enabled him to build a strong reputation for providing a high standard of service to NDIS participants and their families.
Haydn is passionate about supporting families to develop their understanding, build their independence and improve their capacity to live well. He operates within a person-centred, strengths based framework, walking alongside NDIS participants and their families throughout the journey.
Rebecca Vittiglia-Collins – Relationships Manager
Rebecca is qualified in Children’s Services, with over 10 years’ experience working with children and their families.
Rebecca has been personally involved in the disability sector and health system for seven years after her late son, Marc (pictured), was diagnosed at just six-months with a rare brain malformation called Lissencephaly – a complex disability and neurological condition. She knows firsthand the journey parents, carers and families endure with a child living with a complex disability. She understands the complex nature and profound impact of neurological disorders, intellectual delays and severe disabilities, high medical needs and the constant roller coaster faced each day, experiencing both the highs and lows and the impact this has on the child, their family and the primary caregiver/s.
Rebecca has been involved with the National Disability Insurance Scheme both personally for her son and in her advocacy role. She has an exceptional and unique skill set. Demonstrating a sound understanding and experience ranging from initial transition, goal development and planning stages through to implementation and management of the plans and funding. Rebecca has developed a strong reputation for providing a high standard of service and the ability to build relationships with the NDIS participants and their families, with her personal experience of “the journey”, giving her a unique insight and real understanding.
Rebecca and Haydn are passionate about supporting families to develop their understanding, build their independence and improve their capacity to live well.