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I work with NDIS participants to help them achieve their organising and NDIS goals. I have experience working with NDIS participants to accomplish the following outcomes:

  • Improve daily living by establishing organising systems and solutions 

  • Establish home and life organising skills that promote independent living 

  • Build organising and life skills to empower participants to engage within the community and improve their life

  • Enhance the safety and functionality of the participant's home  

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Who I Support?

I support NDIS participants who are feeling overwhelmed and stressed with clutter and disorganisation and don't know where to start. I work with NDIS participants who are planned or self-managed who are living with either physical or mental disabilities. I have experience supporting people living with:

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

  • Trauma and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder(PTSD)

  • Acquired Brain Injury 

  • Depression and anxiety 

  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

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What Do I Organiser?

I have worked with NDIS participants to organise the following:


  • Home, from the kitchen to the bathroom and even the shed and garage. I have worked with NDIS participants to organise any areas of their home


  • Paperwork. Sorting through paperwork can be overwhelming. I have worked with NDIS participant's to help them to establish paperwork systems to help them manage their paperwork and give them more control of their information.

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How Does It Work?

My approach is to listen, review and understand the participant's organisational challenges. I will work with them to create organisational goals and make a plan to achieve them.  I support the participant to accomplish their goals by providing specialist hands-on support. Also, establish maintenance systems that will keep the participant organised.

My focus is to work with the NDIS participant to establish organising solutions, systems and routines that will give them more control over their space and life, improve their daily living and build their capacity.

How Is It Funded?

I can work with support coordinators and/or participants to see how my service can fit in with an NDIS plan.

Joey Camilleri, Professional Organisers

Why Joey Camilleri /Creating Positive Spaces?

I take a calm, non-judgemental approach to organising. And acknowledge that everyone learns and organises in different ways which is why I create organising solutions that are tailored to individual needs—ensuring that organising solutions work for the participant. ​Participants will always be in control of the organising process; they set the goals and determine what they want to achieve during each session. 

And I will not make participants throw things out, what items stay and what goes will be their choice, my job is to support them with the decision.

Qualifications & Certificates 

  • Level 2: ADHD Organising Specialist - ICD - 2020

  • Level 1: Certificate of Study in ADHD - ICD - 2019 

  • Hoarding Home Solutions for Independent Service Providers Course - Hoarding Home Solutions - 2019

  • Level 1: Certificate of Study in Students and Learning Theories - ICD - 2018

  • Level 1: Certificate Of Study in Chronic Disorganisation -  ICD - 2018 

  • Graduate Diploma in Psychological Studies - Victoria University - 2015

  • Certificate IV in Training & Assessment, RMIT University - 2012 

  • Bachelor of Business: Human Resource Management, Victoria University - 2010

Working From Home


If you’re a self-managed or plan managed participant, a family member or a support coordinator, send me a message, and I’ll get back to you to discuss how I can help.

Thank you for your request.

Joey will be in contact with you soon.

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