Lisa’s (aka Pixe) career path has been as diverse as her creative spirit. Starting out as a graphic designer, she eventually found her passion in fashion design, becoming a successful proprietor of a retail gallery in Hobart. However, her life took a dramatic turn when someone close to her had an accident that left them permanently disabled. This experience ignited a deep sense of purpose in Lisa, leading her to make a career change into the disability sector.
Since February 2020, Lisa has been dedicated to making a difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities. She has worked in various roles, including as a support worker, team leader, complex support coordinator, and now as a passionate Behaviour Support Practitioner. Lisa's unwavering commitment to helping others has been the driving force behind her career transition, and she brings a unique blend of creativity, compassion, and expertise to her work.
In addition to her work in the disability sector, Lisa has studied in Creative Art Health, as she believes in the power of art as a therapeutic tool. Lisa can also weave her creative background to bring the benefits of therapeutic art to individuals with disabilities.
With her diverse background, passion for helping others, and ongoing pursuit of knowledge and creativity, Lisa brings a unique and holistic approach to her work as a Behaviour Support Practitioner. She is deeply committed to making a positive impact on the lives of her clients, and her unwavering dedication and creativity are evident in all aspects of her work.