Meet our new staff members June 2022

Meet our new staff members June 2022

Meet our new staff members June 2022

New Queensland Office Staff


Thomas Simson (Service Coordinator – Cleveland)

I completed my chef apprenticeship in Brisbane before moving to Melbourne for a few years to work. I owned and operated a café for a couple of years, then returned to Brisbane to be closer to the family after having a baby.

I worked at Micah Projects in West End, where I became more engaged in the works of a social enterprise. It was then I decided to pursue a career in social services and became a DSW for Complete Nursing and Home Care.

I had a fantastic time with clients and found the progress we made to be extremely rewarding, however after a year or so, I have now transitioned to the role of a Service Coordinator where I’ll expand my knowledge of the company and industry.



Caysie Mulkearns (Service Coordinator – Cleveland)

Hi. My name is Caysie. I have been working in Disability Support as a Support Worker for 3.5 years and 3 of those have been with Complete Nursing & Home Care.

Prior to this, I was a stay-at-home mum to 2 girls. My greatest passion is children and helping others in need. In the future, I hope to one day become a counsellor.

I am enjoying my new role as a Service Coordinator at the Complete Nursing & Home Care Cleveland Office, and look forward to speaking to and working with all Complete Nursing’s staff and clients.

Patricia Jardine (Client Services Manager – Brendale)

Hi, My Name is Trisha Jardine. I am the new Client Services Manager for the North Brisbane office.

I am excited to be a part of the Complete Nursing and Home Care Queensland team working to expand our participants and exposure on the north side. I have been working in the disability sector for 10 years. I started off as a support worker and had various roles, but mental health, high behaviours and accommodations are my passions.

On a personal note, I have two beautiful dogs Walter the Labrador and Luna the dachshund. My partner and I are due to be married this coming November but don’t worry, the Bridezilla hasn’t come out yet. I’m a crazy Aunty to 6 nieces and love spending time with them. Please reach out, I would love to get to know you all and am keen to learn what motivates you in this amazing industry we work in.

New Queensland Support Workers (from April 2022)






New Victoria Support Workers (from April 2022)

Charanjeet   Support Worker Charanjeet brings strong experience and well-developed communication skills which can be used as the asset to the organisation.


Currently studying at Gordon Café with a bachelor’s degree in Certificate IV in Disability

He is quite compassionate and empathetic towards the Participants







Pooja KC

She is hardworking ,motivated, good team player with great time management skills and hands-on Diploma of Nursing. She is always keen on seeking an opportunity to improve and utilize her knowledge in the field of Disability and Community Services.

Jeewan KC

A determined, enthusiastic, and experienced personnel dedicated to doing the best for the Disability Services


Organized/capable of multitasking working calmly under pressure, patient-centred care, therapeutic communication, critical thinking, teamwork, personal care and hygiene, time management






She was employed with Complete nursing and Home Care in 2017, however, decided to go on indefinite leave on 31st May 2021

We appreciate and welcome her back as re-joined









She is committed to the delivery of person-centred nursing care and the holistic health and wellbeing of her clients







Increased skills in therapeutic exercise, modality usage, and proper draping techniques

Competent in providing documentation for client care, including initial evaluation, management planning, PT notes, and discharge plan.






New Bendigo Support Workers (from April 2022)


interested in obtaining a position as an Animal Support Worker

Completed Year Twelve VCE

Current fourth-year student of Master of Occupational Therapy and Bachelor of Applied Science degree at La Trobe University




New Tasmania Support Workers (from April 2022)


She would add as a valuable team member to our organisation

She can build a good rapport with both colleagues and clientele

She has a soft nature, and a good sense of humour but always stays professional

She can work unsupervised with showing her excellent skills in caring






An energetic person with 10 years of experience in excellent all-around skills in retail customer service and disability support worker sector. A reliable, well-organized, punctual, responsible, and self-motivated professional with a strong commitment to providing quality personal support for people with disabilities to live with maximum dignity and comfort

Complete Nursing