The XtremeCARE Story

XtremeCARE Australia (XCA) was established in 2008, due to personal circumstances surrounding our disabled son Will Jnr, since then it has evolved and developed into the innovative business model it is today. Through our personal experience, we have developed a deep personal understanding of what is lacking in the provision of support and services, due to the geographical constraints between communities and providers. XtremeCARE Australia has been developed to ‘Bridge the Gap’ by providing an integrated care management solution and a new service approach that deliver’s value for money products and services, to rural and remote communities.

Being Indigenous we are aware of the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Culture and Traditional Protocols that exist within various communities. It is our goal to assist people in local, regional and remote communities, by delivering a unique service which is tailored to individual and community needs and circumstances.

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides financial support for people living with a disability. It’s a whole-of-life approach tailored to each person’s needs and goals. Under the previous Commonwealth funding model, community organisations received disability support funding from the government and decided how it would be used. Now with the NDIS reform, funding is allocated to individuals who have more choice and control of how their funding is spent.



XtremeCARE has the X Factor

XtremeCARE Australia connects Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living with a disability to mainstream support, products and services, to provide them with the same level of opportunity as those living in major towns and cities.

Our goal is to ensure that individuals, families and communities are made aware of the services and supports that can be offered under the NDIS to those living with or caring for people with a disability. We aim to provide a personalised customer service and support, that caters to our clients unique circumstances.


Our Vision

To serve others, by supporting and assisting individuals living with a disability, their families and their communities, and being the best at what we do.

Our Aim

Improving 'Quality of Life' and establishing life time relationships.

Our Purpose

To educate and inform individuals, their families and communities of what products and services are available. Providing 'choice and control' for those living and caring for loved ones with a disability.

Our Beliefs

To Empower and Enrich - Self, Family, Community, Culture and Country.




William has worked within both the Public and Private sector of social services. He has a commitment and dedication to working with people and communities that are challenged and disadvantaged. He has both learnt and lived experience with disability. William has over 10 years experience working with Government Departments in Education and Training, within Program and Project Management.

William is a proud Indigenous man, identifies as both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander. He has family ties to both the Cape York and Torres Strait Regions.


Marjorie Tatipata

Marjorie has a wealth of knowledge and experience working closely with rural and remote communities in Queensland, Northern Territory and New South Wales. Marjorie has over 10 years working with Government Departments in Administration Management, Human Resources and Financial Management. She has both learnt and lived experience with disability.     

Marjorie is a proud Yuin Aboriginal woman, who comes from Nowra on the South Coast of NSW. She has family ties to Wreck Bay, La Perouse and Lake Tyers (VIC) Communities. 

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