William pursued a physiotherapy degree with the goal of working in sports physiotherapy. During his final semester, he worked with children with disability, which shifted the trajectory of his life. William now runs a mobile physiotherapy practice that specialises in supporting children with disability.
After working in a fast-paced hospital environment, Izzy realised she needed a career that was better suited to her need for flexibility and connections with the people she supported. Now a disability support worker, Izzy says one of the best parts of the job is seeing the positive impact her work has on the people she supports.
Kay first became curious about working in the care and support sector during her university degree. She resonated with the theory behind care and support work and the social connection it creates in communities.