About Mosaic Therapy & Supports
Mosaic was formed by Directors - Rosie Grigg and Tasmin Young and started operating in July 2018. Mosaic is an NDIS Provider and was formed to fill a gap in service for the Upper Hunter community "delivering therapy and supports to local people by local people".
Tasmin and Rosie both previously worked for the largest disability provider in NSW. It was this experience of working for a large organisation that inspired them to develop an independent and local service that can provide a personalised service to people living with a disability in the regional and rural communities they themselves live in.
We support other Upper Hunter NDIS Providers and services both big and small and are continually collaborating and liaising locally to be able to give you as many options as possible when choosing Providers.
Mosaic works with all ages and disabilities. Our area of specialism is working with adults with Complex Psycho-Social Disabilties. We are skilled and experienced at working with challenging behaviours, addiction and homelessness.
We collaborate with Health, Justice, Office of the Protective Guardian, Trustee and Guardian, Child Protection and Out of Home Care Agencies, Social Housing Providers and Homelessness services.
We are very active and passionate about our Upper Hunter Community and we engage regularly with Singleton, Muswelbrook and Upper Hunter Shire Council Interagencies, HNE Health, Carer Advocates. Rosie and Tasmin were instrumental in the founding of the Upper Hunter Mental Health Interagency and continue to contribute to this.
We personally attend all NDIS Forums engage with LACs and Planners and have an extensive knowledge of the NDIS Act, Regulations, Guidelines and keep up-to-date with changes.
We strive to deliver personalised and effective services tailored to your needs whether you live in Broke, Merriwa, Murrurundi or anywhere in between.
Mosaic Therapy & Supports
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Occupational Therapist | Support Coordinator
Rosie is qualified Occupational Therapist, who has a passion for mental health and social justice. Living in Scone for many years, Rosie came to understand the crucial importance of community and social support for those facing adversity.Rosie dedicated 5 years to seeking out the most vulnerable people and linking them with the support and services they felt they needed to reach their goals and live their best life.
Rosie’s passion for mental health has driven her to build a strong professional network and work collaboratively with local organisations and community members to build the capacity of the mental health sector in the Upper Hunter.
Rosie has worked in the NDIS sector prior to the rollout in 2016, Rosie worked in close collaboration with organisations in the Newcastle trial site. Through her experience and networks, Rosie has developed the skills and resilience to navigate the NDIS. Rosie uses these skills to ensure people with mental illness maximize their NDIS plans and build the skills to advocate for their rights.