At TPG Aged Care we know that our people are our greatest asset. Their intellectual capital, experience in the care industry and passion for what they do allow us to grow and achieve our vision: to become a leading community health care service provider focused on delivering the highest level of care.
Combined by our beliefs and united by purpose, it’s our professionalism, caring nature and reliability that allow us to promote independence, improve quality of life and help our care recipients to live supported in their own homes.
Our personal care and respite support workers hold a Certificate III in Individual Support or Aged Care and are chosen by us for their experience, ability and demeanor. We promote the principles of wellness, ablement and re-ablement and encourage our staff to constantly upgrade their skills through ongoing personal development.
As a minimum, all of our support workers hold a Provide First Aid Certificate and participate in annual mandatory OHS, manual handling, infection control and CPR training. And if a care recipient has specialised needs, our support workers are trained and experienced to manage their particular circumstance and are deemed competent by a Registered or Enrolled Nurse.
As our director, Patricia Tassell is responsible for the overall management of TPG, the supervision of senior management, and the development of growth. Of a strong community development background, Patricia has worked in the aged care sector for almost two decades and brings to TPG skills attained in previous experience in community-based employment services and as a Senior Electorate Officer with a Federal Member of Parliament.
Bobbie Mignacca began in the role of General Manager at TPG Aged Care in February 2021, bringing with her substantial experience in financial administration as well as regulatory and compliance management in the public sector, and health and community services. While new to the General Manager role, she has worked with TPG Aged Care for a number of years, facilitating the transition from the previous Home Care Standards to the Aged Care Quality Standards.
Bobbie has worked collaboratively in developing TPG Training’s regulatory and delivery processes and practices as well as driving the renewal of staff employment contracts, and assisting with the development and submission of Grant proposals.
David Madigan brings to TPG over 15 years of project and contract management experience. Holding a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems Development, he oversees the operations of our community services, ensuring their alignment with the company’s objectives and values, and works to increase company system efficiency and quality of service.
Linda Grey has worked in the aged care industry for the past 13 years. Holding a Bachelor of Arts, a Certificate III in Aged Care Work and a Certificate IV in Frontline Management, her wealth of knowledge is enhanced by on-the-ground care management experience. Linda is responsible for the day-to-day management and administration of TPG Aged Care’s home care package delivery.
Part of her role is to provide case management for all level 1 and 2 care recipients as well as liaising with HCP brokerage agencies, social workers and hospital discharge planners.
Note: Our level 3 and 4 care recipients are case managed by our registered nurse Glynis Hourquebie.
As our service coordinator, Kellie Ross is responsible for the day-to-day service operations of our company. Leveraging a successful career in personnel and facility supervision and management, Wendy manages the rostering of referrals, staff administration and liaises with brokerage agencies and care recipients