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  • Writer's pictureTamara Grey

Reaching Your Goals with the Right Disability Support Provider

A Multicap Tasmania Success Story!


At Multicap Tasmania, we believe everyone deserves the opportunity to reach their goals and live their best lives. Our mission is to match our clients with the right Disability Support Worker who can help them achieve their dreams. This personalised approach ensures our clients receive the support they need, tailored to their unique interests and aspirations.


One of our most inspiring success stories is the incredible relationship between Neil and his support worker, Richard. Their story is a testament to the power of how easy it is to reach your goals with the right disability support provider and how we are supporting individuals to live fulfilling and adventurous lives.


Richard (DSW) and Neil - Client of Multicap Tasmania

A Perfect Pairing: Neil and Richard

Neil and Richard's bond goes beyond the typical client-support worker relationship. They have developed a deep friendship built on mutual respect and a shared love for adventure. Every Tuesday, during Neil's support time, they sit down to plan their next great outing. Together, they decide on their upcoming Saturday adventures, which often include trips to waterfalls, hikes, convict ruins, old homesteads, and other fascinating places in Tasmania.


Their adventures are not just about exploring beautiful locations; they are about Neil reaching his personal goals and living a life filled with joy and purpose. Richard is dedicated to ensuring that Neil's goals are met, and this dedication shines through in every aspect of their time together.

Neil on his incredible adventures

The Importance of the Right Support Worker

Finding the right support worker is crucial for achieving goals and improving quality of life. At Multicap Tasmania, we take the time to understand the interests, preferences, and goals of our clients. This understanding allows us to match them with support workers who share similar interests and can provide the encouragement and assistance needed to reach their goals.

Neil and Richard's story is a perfect example of how the right match can lead to amazing outcomes. Their relationship shows that when clients and support workers connect on a personal level, the possibilities are endless.



Adventure and Growth

Neil and Richard's adventures are more than just fun outings; they are opportunities for personal growth and achieving milestones. Whether they are hiking through scenic trails, exploring historical sites, or simply enjoying the natural beauty of Tasmania, each adventure is a step towards Neil's goals. These experiences enrich Neil's life and give him the confidence and skills to pursue his dreams.


Making a Difference

At Multicap Tasmania, we are committed to making a difference in the lives of our clients. Our approach is centred around the belief that everyone can reach their goals with the right support.


We create partnerships that foster growth, independence, and happiness by carefully matching clients with support workers who understand and respect their aspirations.

Neil and Richard's story is a powerful reminder of what can be achieved when we work together to support individuals with disabilities. Their friendship and shared love of the outdoors have not only helped Neil reach his goals but have also brought joy and fulfilment to both of their lives.

Neil on his incredible adventures

Join Us in Making a Difference

If you or someone you know is looking for the right support to reach their goals, Multicap Tasmania is here to help. Our dedicated team is committed to providing the personalised support needed to make dreams a reality. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you live your best life.


By focusing on our client's unique needs and goals, we continue to build a community where everyone has the opportunity to thrive. Join us on this journey and experience the difference the right support worker can make.

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