Registered NDIS Service Provider – Taylor Made Outcomes

July 25, 2020

A research opportunity for those living with a diagnosis of borderline or mild Intellectual disability. See MoreSee Less

I began Taylor Made Outcomes with the vision of providing quality service to people living with disability and their support networks.

At 11 months of operation, I stand proud alongside an amazing team of dedicated and like-minded colleagues and it is with the greatest excitement, I get to introduce Maggie Taylor, Support Coordinator for Taylor Made Outcomes, commencing on Monday the 27th July 2020.

Maggie will provide a introduction next week but for now, let me just say – thank you for seeing the value in our work and we look forward to learning from and with you. See MoreSee Less

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