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THE KB INFINITY SUPPORT TEAM

The team at KB Infinity Support are highly qualified and experienced in the Disability Support Sector. However the most important asset they all have is the desire and ability to improve and change the lives of the participants they support on a daily basis. See below for details and background on each of our team members ..........

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Hi, I am Kelly Bampton - Owner and Operator of KB Infinity Support. 

I am married to Craig (Business Partner) and have 3 children, 2 dogs and two beautiful baby grandsons. We moved to Australia from the UK almost 12 years ago and have lived on the beautiful Sunshine Coast ever since. 

I have worked in the care industry from a very young age and have now clocked up over 20 years experience between the UK and my time here in Australia.  I have had the privilege of working with many mentors over the years, who have had strong values when it has come to providing services to adults/ children that have a disability. 

I have started KB Infinity Support to create something our wonderful participants can be proud to be a part of and for myself and my staff to make a genuine difference in the lives of those we support. Quality over Quantity, is definitely a key for KB Infinity Support!!

Qualifications: Cert III in Allied Health Assistance, Cert IV in Disability, Diploma of Disability, plus a whole host of qualifications and course certificates from the United Kingdom.

Hi, I am Mari Pye - Senior Support Co-ordinator for KB Infinity Support

I was born in Sweden, but moved on my own 20+ years ago to seek the sunshine and beautiful beaches of Australia. Growing up with 2 disabled family members, I learned early to be an advocate for them and to help them access the wider community. One of my first regular jobs was then naturally in a caring position working in aged care. I first got into the disability industry 18 years ago, before having my first child. I worked initially with physical disability, but soon merged into a more varied role working with people of all ages with both physical and intellectual disabilities. I regularly work on improving my skills in every way I can think of, that may benefit my position through courses and training. 

I am now a mother of 4 and work full-time, plus also run a gym with my husband offering Muay Thai (Martial Arts) and fitness classes to the wider community. I have finally been able to realise a long standing dream of mine to combine the two jobs I love, through offering fitness and self defence classes for people with disabilities. 

Qualifications: Cert IV in Disability, Diploma of Community Welfare, Cert III in Fitness & Personal Training, Cert III in Office Administration

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Hi, my name is Dave Tate. I have been on the Sunshine Coast for 9 years, currently living in Warana. I live with my wonderful partner Kay. I have three children, 19, 18 and 15, who keep me on the hop. We now have two gorgeous grandsons, aged 2 and 2 months, so there is never a dull moment. 

A mad Cronulla Sharks fan, I enjoy all sports and the outdoors. I have been a member of the USC Rugby Union, supporting my boys journey as a coach, manager and tackling bag. 

I travelled extensively in my twenties and have been lucky enough to see a lot of the world. I also enjoy live music when the opportunity arises. 

I love being able to support people to live their best lives and doing so as independently as possible. There are so many activities and pursuits to engage in on the Sunshine Coast, every day in this industry is different.

I'm Pete and I've been a lifestyle facilitator since 2017 with some travel in between to hike the Appalachian Trail. Starting to support people with different abilities opened a new world for me as it's such a connected community filled wtih great people here on the Coast. I work across two organisations and it's also nice to see the cooperation within this industry. i feel very fortunate to be in such an excellent role - it's a real privilege to be in the lives of those I support.

In my free time I enjoy being in nature, hiking, camping and exploring. I'm interested in sustainability and permaculture and am lucky enough to live off grid in the Mapleton National Park near Yandina. I'm a keen reader, love card/board games and have just bought a set of electronic drums to learn without annoying my neighbours' too badly. 

During supports, I like to keep busy and it's great to be able to get, explore the coast, kick some goals and stay active with such amazing people. 

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Hello , my name is Kristen, a loving mother of three wonderful children and a devoted husband for two decades.


I am an outdoorsy person, passionate about gardening, camping, and exploring nature.

Raised amidst the picturesque fruit orchards and tranquil pastures of Goulburn Valley in Victoria, I'm a country girl at heart, recently relocated to the vibrant Sunny Coast with my family.

Over the last four years, I've dedicated my career to the disability care sector, specialising in education support at a school for children with special needs. My hands-on experience spans a diverse range of age groups, from toddlers to teenagers, and includes individuals with varying degrees of disability and a range of behaviours.

In the past three years alone, I've committed over 1,000 hours supporting two local women in their day-to-day tasks and assisting them in engaging with community programs. This fulfilling role, coupled with my Certificate III in Individual Support, reflects my passion for enabling individuals to realise their personal goals for independent living. This line of work brings me immense satisfaction and motivates me to continually expand my impact.

Hi, my name is Robyn and I’ve lived on the beautiful Sunshine Coast for 20 years.  I have 2 sons and have also been a foster carer for several children.

 

 I have 35 years of experience with disabilities and the disability sector since my son was born with Cerebral Palsy and Intellectual disability.  Over the years I’ve had experience with Cerebral Palsy, Intellectual Disability, Epilepsy, Vision Impairment, speech delay, signing, Autism, ADHD, RAD, anxiety, sensory disorders plus many other disabilities.  I’ve been involved in the disability community for a very long time (long before NDIS), know lots of  people in that community and have also volunteered for some amazing groups on the Coast.  

 

I’ve also worked in the local Special School and the Special Ed unit in our local school.  I am passionate about assisting people to live their best lives and assist them to connect with the supports and services that they need.  I love working for KB Infinity as Kelly and team are very client-focussed and do an amazing job of managing their clients’ care.

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Hi, my name is Wi (pronounced We). I am originally from Thailand. I moved to Australia in 2020 and have lived with my husband on the Sunshine Coast since. I love to travel and go camping. My first camping trip in Australia was in winter at Lamington National Park. It was pouring rain, windy and very cold. I loved it.

I have completed a Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability). I have recently joined the wonderful and supportive team at KB Infinity Support and love working with them. 

I am passionate about working in the disability sector as it really suits my caring personality. In my spare time, I enjoy artwork using oil pastels, general craft work and cooking.

Hi, I am Katrina and a relatively new member to KB Infinity Support.

Originally from Sydney, I have now lived on the Sunshine Coast for 19 years and call this paradise home. I have two gorgeous sons aged 21 and 18. 

I am a qualified Naturopath and Massage Therapist and have mainly worked in health food stores over the course of my career. I owned the Buderim Health Store for a couple of years. After I sold it, I was looking for a change and landed a role in the office of a retirement village. I loved interacting with the people in the village, so decided to study Cert III in Individual Support. I worked as a Community Support Worker for the elderly for 4 years and love it. I am now blessed to have landed this role to support people with disabilities which I find very fulfilling. I love caring for other and helping people live their best life. 

In my free time, I love to sing and have been singing in a community choir for six years. I like to keep fit and enjoy walking, swimming, yoga and have recently commenced doing Pilates classes. I enjoy the outdoors and recently went to Fraser Island with my sons in a four-wheel drive and absolutely loved being immersed in the beauty of nature. 

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My name is Elaine West. 

I moved to Australia with my husband Ian last year, to live with my daughter and son-in-law.

I have 39 years experience working right across the care sector in England, covering many different areas of care. I have worked as a Registered Manager for many years, looking after clients with learning difficulties. I then went on to work alongside nurses that cared for clients with spinal injuries, head trauma and MS. 

The last five years before moving to Australia, I worked with clients with dementia and alzheimers. 

I joined KB Infinity Support last year and I am enjoying with the KB Infinity Support team. 

In my spare time, I love doing craft work and spending time with my family. 

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