The Mueller Parent Hub is an initiative of the Mueller College Special Needs & Learning Support Unit, and established in September 2011. The idea grew from the obvious need for parents to be linked to service providers, information & support in their local communities. Funding was provided early in 2011 through ‘New Perspectives’, a program aimed at promoting Inclusive Education projects within Independent Queensland schools.
The Mueller Parent Hub was launched on 13 September with Guest Speaker, Peter Janetzki’s talk on “Family Matters – Creating healthier, happier & stronger families”.
Catrina Moller – HOD Special Needs & Learning Support – Mueller College
Masters of Education, Bachelor of Education (Primary)
Catrina is passionate about helping parents find the information, services & support that they require to understand and support the needs of their children & families. She talks often with parents who are struggling to cope with raising their children, and are desperate to find the right support.
Kath McCulloch – Occupational Therapist – Mueller College
Bachelor of Occupational Therapy
Kath brings to the team her extensive experience working in both mainstream & special education settings. Her experience means that she has insight into the diverse needs of students, and demonstrates a proactive problem solving approach to everyday needs.
Charmaine Carson – Social & Emotional Wellbeing Co-ordinator – Mueller College
Masters of Health Science (Developmental Disabilities), Bachelor of Nursing
Charmaine has a unique way of offering support and advice to parents who are looking for support for the social & emotional needs of their children. Her background in nursing, and experience in the education setting, means that Charmaine brings a balanced view to the needs of student and families.