Independent Provider Collective
Independent Provider Collective (IPC)
As the name suggests, the ‘IPC’ is a collective of independent providers. Determined2 believes that working collaboratively with other service providers will offer better outcomes for our participants, that is why we have formed the IPC. The IPC share Determined2’s values and person-centred approaches. We work together for you and can link your information seamlessly between providers to save you the stress and hassle of getting everyone on the same page. Select a service provider from below that you would like to connect with, they will be sent a message to contact you.
If you would like to apply to be one of our Independent Providers, please CLICK HERE
Accredited Exercise Physiologist
Tailored exercise programs, exercise delivery and educational advice for clients living with chronic disease or disability.
UniSA City West Clinic.
Karlee is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP), who completed her Bachelor degree at UniSA in 2017. As an AEP, Karlee is able to work with clients living with a wide range of injuries or conditions, but specialises in working with clients living with physical and intellectual disabilities.
She has over 6 years’ experience in the disability sector, previously working as a disability support worker and currently working for Down Syndrome SA, coordinating the dance program, Dance Down. Karlee is expecting to complete her Masters by Research in 2019, her project exploring Determined2’s service, Immersion Therapy™. In her free time, Karlee attends dance classes and teaches at Cheryl Bradley Dance Studios, and is a passionate SCUBA diver, diving locally and overseas whenever she can.
Occupational Therapist, Moving Forward Occupational Therapy
Assessments to identify current functional needs, setting of goals, assessing equipment needs and report writing for ongoing funding.
Mobile, we come to you!
Hi, my name is Deanna Reed and I am the owner of Moving Forward Occupational Therapy. As a private Occupational Therapist, I have a passion for working with people to enable them to improve their independence and engage in the daily tasks that they find most meaningful. This may involve helping them to adjust the way they complete the task or through providing support, education, physical aids and equipment. I believe that it is possible to provide positive outcomes for people and to give hope when physical, emotional and mental challenges seem overwhelming.
In my personal life, I enjoy living on a large property with my partner, Matt and our Bernese Mountain dog, George. We love to cook and enjoy entertaining friends and family, so life is full but very happy. A rewarding and fulfilled life is what I would like to achieve for all of my clients.
Eduardo Sacco Caprotti
I specialise in ageless athleticism, a practice that combines individual and interactive movement situations
Adelaide Aquatic Centre.
I have worked as a personal trainer for the last 15 years, the aim of the training I offer is to improve our ability to deal with the changes that life offers, the main pillars of my approach are: improving observation skills to make conscious changes, learning through experience and to nourish a playful mindset. I am passionate about movement in the broadest meaning I can think of. I love learning and I try to ask myself “what if” as much as I can.