To empower individuals living with and affected by disability to be supported throughout
their daily life and integrate into their community with confidence, ease and acceptance.
To support our clients to build a practical circle of supports around them, gaining choice and control and encouraging independence through education, mentoring and case management.
Insite Support was born from Cameron Toomey's lived experience of managing multiple disabilities and
NDIS plans within his own family. He is a C5 quadriplegic, confined to a wheelchair for 25 years following
a fall causing him to become paralysed from the chest down. Cameron has experienced highs and lows throughout his life and has embraced choice and control to enable him to remove the physical barriers
he encountered in day to day life. Through his personal experience, Cameron is now in a position to support others living with disabilities to navigate and understand the NDIS and the possibilities it provides.
The recent implementation of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) has enabled individuals like Cameron to reach goals that were once unobtainable. Cameron is proud to be an ambassador for the NDIS Connect Initiative working with the Access Review Team (ART) across the Sunshine Coast, Queensland.
Watch Cameron's story here.
Our talented team members are here for you
Cameron believes we all have the opportunity to change our perspective on life and situations, and the more outward we become, the more fulfilled we are. He loves to ride along the river on his hand cycle and enjoys a strong morning coffee.
Shelley is an early riser who enjoys a work out session, followed by a jam packed day and a relaxing evening with the family. As a Mum of three, she has perfected the fine art of work/life balance and is dedicated to making the same possible for her clients.
A wife, Mum and self-confessed coffee addict, Nicci has spent the last 20 years embracing the reality of her not-so-normal family and their multiple disabilities. Welcoming and managing multiple carers within the family home is her super-power