About Us

Our Vesta values:



We’re friendly and considerate and take the time to listen to your needs.


We treat everyone equally and uphold high standards of integrity.



We honour your time, commitment and respect your NDIS needs and ask that you honour ours in return.

About Vesta Community Care

Vesta Community Care was formed to support children, adolescents and adults to improve their mental health and overall wellbeing and to develop life skills that build confidence and independence.

We are an NDIS provider for self managed and plan managed from the comfort of your own home, either through home visits or telehealth consultations. We’ve chosen this model of care because it is more convenient for you and supports good therapy outcomes for your child.

Benefits of telehealth and home visits


Feel more relaxed in your own space – a great starting point for therapy.

save yourself time

Save yourself the time and hassle of travelling.

family members

Other family members can get on with their day with minimal disruption to daily routines.

NDIS garden and yard maintenance

One of our Customer Care team members will have a comprehensive discussion with you before your telehealth session or home visit to ensure you know what to expect and how to make it work well.

Our therapists require a quiet and practical place in your home where psychology/counselling sessions can be confidential to ensure participant’s privacy.

Vesta Community Care also offers a range of other services including

Lynda’s personal and professional experiences have informed the development of Vesta Community Care, particularly principles like:

Accessibility and convenience

Accessibility and convenience

therapy delivered through telehealth or home visits

Fairness and honesty

Fairness and honest

listening to your needs and telling you if we can’t help and referring you on to other agencies more suited to your needs.

Kindness and respect

Kindness and respect

treating as part of the family with gentleness and respect, aware of the challenges you’re facing and trying to make your day more enjoyable.

Introducing Kat,
Senior Counsellor


In home service and Telehealth available.

Kat has a Bachelor in Psychology and a Masters in Counselling and is a Level 2 ACA member.

Introducing Sarah,
Senior Support Worker


Sarah has worked as a Disability Support Worker since 2020, after leaving a career as a cabin crew trainer Sarah wanted to focus on a more grounded career.

In her free time, Sarah enjoys exploring holistic modalities (Reiki, Crystal Stone facial, Aromatouch technique, EFT and Meditation) as a hobby and passion and is always furthering her personal development through some kind of study. Sarah is also a Mum of two little people, who love to go to the beach or bike ride down at the waterfront (usually an ice cream involved!), and dance parties in the lounge is a must!

Through exploring these passions, Sarah has connected a strong belief of the power each individual has with connecting body and mind., to empower ones unique self to live their best life.

That’s what Sarah’s aim is when supporting participants – empowerment to each unique person to achieve what they desire to live their best life.

Introducing Renee


SLES Coordinator

Renee has a passion for education and thrives on seeing the success of her students. 

Renee has a Bach. Education – Special Ed Teaching and has work in Disability for almost 20 years.

Social Worker

Genevieve is passionate about social justice and supporting our communities most vulnerable people to reach their potential and live a life that brings meaning and joy.

Genevieve is a mother and grandmother who has supported her own children through challenges including ASD and anxiety. 

She completed a social work degree as a mature age student so that she could support others who may be walking challenging paths themselves.

Genevieve has a background working with families experiencing challenges such as disability, addiction, domestic violence, mental health and parenting difficulties. 

In her free time Genevieve loves improving her archery skills at her local range, bushwalking and enjoying nature or cuddling up with the family pets to enjoy a good movie.

Introducing Lisa,
Disability Support Worker

BASED IN BRISBANE NORTH – Burpengary Area – Moreton Bay

Lisa loves nothing more than playing games and doing jigsaw puzzles, especially with her grandchildren.

She loves to shop, going to the movies and spending time with family and friends.

She has enjoyed working as a teacher aide where her patient, caring and nurturing personality shines through when working with children.

Lisa loves the Heart and Soul of being part of the Vesta family and being able to support our wider community with anything from daily activities such as going to appointments or just enjoying a friendly chat.

Certificate II – Community Supports

Introducing Rowena - Office Administration


Rowena has 20 years working experience in the Telecommunications Field, with scope of work raging from Customer Service, Data Management and Sales.

In Australia,  She trained with her husband doing trade painting and was also a Teacher’s Aide for 1 year. I

She recently finished Certificate III in Accounts Administration prior to starting work with Vesta Community Care






Introducing Lynda

Vesta Community Care founder, Lynda, has worked in the corporate world for many years.

However, it was her passion for counselling and helping others in the mental health care field and her son’s journey with ADHD, that inspired Lynda to return to counselling and venture further into supporting others through the counselling and other services in the NDIS.

Lynda recalls years ago she knew nothing about neuro-behavioural conditions when her son was first diagnosed with ADHD.

She found the diagnosis confusing and upsetting and still remembers feeling afraid of being stigmatised or judged by others and anxious about how her son would feel and cope in life.

She also remembers the time and stress involved in getting to therapy appointments with a younger child in tow.

Like every good parent, Lynda was determined to learn more about her son’s condition. In her case, that ultimately led to further studies in this field and forging a career helping children and families to enjoy better mental and emotional health.

Lynda has also worked as a primary school guidance counsellor which she found very rewarding.


Lynda Toohey

Lynda’s qualifications and memberships