My name is Haylee Lock I am a daughter and a person living with MS, I understand the frustrations of living with a neuroglial condition and the true in pack it has on our families and day to day life, I am a positive person and I love learning about new ways the NDIS can support everyone.

My days at work consist of supporting my staff and helping my participants. I try to keep up to date with covid NDIS and forever-changing rules.

The best part of my job is the people I meet providers, participants, families, and teaching people about the knowledge I have in regard to NDIS.

I love NDIS because it’s all about choice and control, we are finally listening 😊

The most rewarding part of my job. Helping participants cherry-picking providers and have the best access to their chosen people to work with.




Getting to know the needs of my clients and empowering them to achieve their goals and a lot of budgeting!

Supporting people to utilize their NDIS funding to achieve their goals and listening as my clients reflect on how the NDIS has changed their life for the better.

I don’t have an ideal client. I am open to working with anyone who has the determination to achieve their goals. One of the best parts of my job is supporting lots of different people.

I have experience working with young people. Before working as a Support Coordinator for the NDIS I worked as a Support Worker in Residential Out of Home Care.

Physiological, young people supporting people with down syndrome.                           




NDIS is an amazing scheme that gives Australians living with a disability reasonable and necessary support they require to live an ordinary life.

Every participant has an individual plan which allows participants to control the support they receive when they receive it, and who provides it.

My first experience with NDIS was 8 years ago when my son at 20 yo old became a quadriplegic. This personal experience has given me a wider knowledge of mobility equipment and therapies people require. I love sharing my knowledge and supporting others.

I am a true believer in the NDIS and everything part choice and control


I worked in the dental industry for 18 years and trained as a clinical assistant and then a practice manager.

I love to get to know all my clients and their families and be a part of a team that assists in helping everyone achieve their goals.




I have multiple positions within a NDIS role


LAC Social Futures NDIS

Delivering local area coordination in the Tweed region. Planning and reviewing NDIS plans, helping people meet access to the NDIS. Development and implementation of NDIS Information, Linkages and Capacity Building community programs          


ECEI Coordinator Northcott ND'S.

Overseeing my caseload of ARF's Reviews, Plans and Initial supports for children and their families. Quality control and training of staff, responding to and implementing new systems and changes as outlined by the NDIA or ECEI Team Leader.


Case Worker Fred's Place St Vincent DePaul’s

Crisis support for people experiencing, or at risk of homelessness. Includes navigating multiple areas of the welfare, justice and legal systems to increase people’s capacity to fit more successfully within society's social norms.

NDIS Transition Officer, Lifebridqe Australia

Working with customers and their families to transition from NSW state funding to the NDIS. Working on and within company policies than providing the best solutions for meeting customers’ needs within company and NDIS guidelines. Providing support to customers with challenging behaviors.


I love supporting people that need to be guided and would like to learn about the NDIS

Because of my experience in the field of NDIS, I can also write a good report and make sure we have all the evidence needed to get you the best possible plan.


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