Adom D’Amico

Behaviour Support Practitioner

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dom D’Amico’s journey has taken him from the tranquil town of Tom Price, WA, to various corners of Australia and beyond. Growing up in a family that embraced travel, Adom developed a deep appreciation for diverse cultures and acceptance from an early age.

Following High School, Adom embarked on a career path focused on supporting individuals with disabilities to integrate into their communities. With over a decade of experience in different roles providing directs Support services equipped him with invaluable skills in assisting clients with daily tasks and fostering independence, patience, and compassion. Adom’s passion for working with challenging behaviours and implementing Positive Behaviour Support Plans (PBSP) became evident during this time.

Adom D’Amico, Behaviour Support Practitioner.
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dom’s dedication to professional development is evident in his completion of various certifications and diplomas, including Certificate III in Disability Services, Trainer of Predict, Assess, and Respond to Aggressive Behaviours (PART), Sensory Training. He has also completed an Advanced Diploma in Community Sector Management in 2024. He is currently pursuing a psychology degree at CQU.

With a wealth of experience in mental health, forensic orders, and PBSP implementation, Adom has proven himself adept at working within supportive teams and establishing meaningful connections with stakeholders. His tenure with larger disability organisations allowed him to design and implement programs aimed at empowering young adults to become independent contributors to society.

Adom has completed his Certificate III in Disability Studies, Predict, Assess and Respond to Aggressive behaviours (PART) and Sensory Training in recent years. Adom brings a wealth of knowledge to PoDDSS with an extensive background in:

In his role as a Behaviour Support Practitioner, Adom collaborates with individuals, families, support workers, and other stakeholders to enhance clients’ quality of life and address challenging behaviours. He is committed to facilitating the implementation of PBSPs and providing training to support workers, thereby fostering a deeper understanding and adherence to protocols surrounding behavioural support. Adom’s unwavering dedication to his profession underscores his commitment to advocating for the well-being and autonomy of individuals with disabilities

If you wish to speak to Adom, please contact PODDSS on 4700 6854, or please feel free to visit us at the PODDSS office, Unit 1 10-12 Cottell street, Hyde Park Townsville 4812 QLD.

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Joyce-Lyn strives to recruit highly experienced professionals with the aim of providing high quality advice, supports and services.

Joyce-Lyn Smith
Joyce-Lyn SmithClinic Director of PoDDSS
Joyce-Lyn Smith is a passionate, caring professional with expertise working with people with disabilities having worked in the field for over 25 years.
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John Futer
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John Edwards
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