Meet our team of caring, compassionate professionals, dedicated to providing you and your family the best in-home care and support for your individual needs and preferences.
Mark & Lee McBriarty
Mark & Lee McBriarty established the first office in Adelaide in 2008. Lee is a qualified enrolled Nurse (Adv Dip) who has worked in both the private and public Hospital systems across Adelaide. Whilst assisting her mother to maintain her independence as she aged, Lee was quickly made aware of the disconcerting lack of quality services and support available to seniors in the community. This, combined with Adelaide’s rapidly aging population, was the catalyst for Lee to look at establishing the Home Instead Senior Care office.
Mark began his career in hospitality, working across three continents in senior leadership roles for 5 star hotels. Mark’s strong human resource management background, his passion for superior customer service, and his personal experience of caring for his mother, whom underwent a stroke in her early adulthood, was the incentive for Mark to jointly establish Home Instead Senior Care with Lee, and recruit only the very best CAREGivers to assist the seniors in the community.
Maria joined Home Instead Senior Care with a strong background in administration and previous experience as a Carer. Joining our team in our first year of operation, 2008, Maria has been an integral part of Home Instead for many years.
As well as interviewing and selecting CAREGivers, Maria runs our complete CAREGiver Induction Program and delivers our Advanced Alzheimer’s/Dementia training. Furthermore, Maria ensures that all CAREGivers regularly refresh their basic training and keep up to date with new programs. Maria also supervises and manages day-to-day office operations.
Her experience, wealth of knowledge, and effective recruitment and training style ensures that all of our recruited CAREGivers are suitable, passionate, and trained, and that our office in Trinity Gardens runs smoothly.
Moti joined Home Instead Senior Care in January 2017 with 5 years' experience as a Registered Nurse in acute, rehabilitation, and community aged care. Moti has always been passionate about assisting clients to remain at home independently, maintain their relationships with family and friends, and improve and enjoy life. With a strong focus on hospital prevention and re-enablement, Moti manages our team of CAREGivers, Client Care Coordinators and Client Care Representatives, develops and implements Care Plans, conducts Quality Assurance and safety assessments, and manages external services and resources for clients.
Colleen joined Home Instead Senior Care in June 2016 with nearly 40 years of experience as an Enrolled Nurse and a strong community and residential care background. Colleen's role sees her working with Moti to enhance the lives of Home Instead clients. Together, they conduct regular health and safety assessments, create and implement care plans for clients with complex health needs, work closely with CAREGivers and family members to ensure optimal care is delivered and promote the services of Home Instead Senior Care across our growing Referral Provider Network.
Corrie joined Home Instead Senior Care in 2014 as the Regional Care Coordinator for Fleurieu Peninsula after an extensive career in the Aged Care sector. Corrie is in charge of all business operations in the Fleurieu Peninsula region, including scheduling, recruitment and management. Corrie is dedicated to supporting and engaging with our clients to ensure that they are receiving the services they need. We have also received an immense amount of positive feedback about Corrie's personal and comforting approach to arranging care.
Elizabeth joined Home Instead Senior Care as a CAREGiver in 2008 with a wealth of experience in finance, business and the UK civil service sector. Within a short period of time, Elizabeth assumed the role of Scheduling Coordinator in the Home Instead office. This role saw Elizabeth establishing friendships and building trust with our clients to ensure our scheduled CAREGivers were compatible and had similar interests and hobbies. Elizabeth has since been promoted to the role of Client Care Coordinator which sees her working closely with our Client Care Manager, Moti, to ensure the diverse needs of our clients are met and day-to-day scheduling activities are running smoothly. With her quiet and unassuming manner, Elizabeth is certainly an asset to our team and we love having her on board.
Deb joined Home Instead Senior Care as a Client Care Coordinator in February 2017 with many years' experience as both a Caregiver and Scheduling Officer in the community aged care industry. Deb's responsibilities include matching CAREGiver personalities and skills with the needs of our clients and assisting brokerage organisations with their service requests. Deb's role sees her developing strong relationships with our CAREGiver team and ensuring they are fully informed and able to provide the highest quality of care to our clients.
Tizi joined Home Instead Senior Care as a CAREGiver in July 2014 and has provided over 4,500 hours of care to date. Her previous experience in the corporate arena combined with her genuine care for others is why she is highly regarded by her clients and peers, and recognised as the South Australian Caregiver of the Year in 2016. With her strong focus on empowering seniors to maintain their independence in their own homes, Tizi is also responsible for managing relationships with our network of Referral Providers to ensure they are aware of Home Instead Senior Care's scope of services.
Ann joined Home Instead Senior Care as a CAREGiver in March 2015 after many years' experience as a carer in a residential care facility setting. In June 2017, Ann joined the Home Instead Senior Care office team as the Client Services Coordinator. While she continues to be a highly valued CAREGiver during the week, her role as a Client Services Coordinator also sees Ann providing on-call support to clients, families and other care providers on weekends and Friday evenings.
Gabrielle joined Home Instead Senior Care in January 2012 as the Marketing and Communications Coordinator. She has since completed a Bachelor of Management (Marketing) at the University of South Australia and is currently completing a Graduate Certificate in Aged Care Administration to support her role with Home Instead. Her responsibilities in this role include developing and implementing online marketing strategies, managing digital marketing campaigns, writing and managing the content of the company website, producing company presentations, articles and blogs, and liaising with local press and related organisations.