breakthru is excited to announce that our clinical services continue to expand in Brisbane with the introduction of our newest Behavioural Support Practitioner, Regina. 

As a very welcome addition to the Fortitude Valley team, Regina brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our growing portfolio of Allied Health services, allowing our customers to access specialised supports that improve their communication, behaviours, and general wellbeing.

Our BSP team is person centered in their approach and work collaboratively with family and other stakeholders to ensure we are developing an accurate and effective picture of a person’s need. With no waitlist, we can develop a positive behavioural support plan to improve customer skills and understanding in the face of every day situations.

 

Say hi to our new Behavioural Support Practitioner, Regina!

With a Bachelor of Psychology and Master of Behavioural Science, Regina applies her knowledge every day to help participants reach their behaviour support goals, with the aim of improving the quality of life for all.

Having worked in the disability sector for a number of years, Regina is passionate about supporting people with disability to reach their aspirations and hopes to help promote better inclusion.

Outside of work, Regina loves exploring the great outdoors, playing soccer, and settling down at the movie theatres after a busy week.

Regina is now taking referrals, so if you or someone you know are looking to access Behavioural Support Services, please fill out our referral form or contact our customer service team on 1800 767 212 today. 

 

Isabella Grant

Marketing Coordinator at breakthru
Following Isabella's move to Brisbane, she was offered a role with breakthru whilst completing her final year of studies. Having now completed her Bachelor's Degree of Creative Industries, she has continued with breakthru in a higher capacity, providing marketing and design assistance.

Isabella's previous experience in the social services industry saw her passion for the advocation of equality grow, with her work with breakthru aiming to increase the awareness and representation of people with a disability in the community.
Isabella Grant