About Joshua Fuimaono


Joshua Fuimaono founded Carers Collective in 2019, after 8 years of disability support work. Joshua has a very clear idea of where he wants Carers Collective to be, and his mission is outcome-driven care. 

Joshua and his team are well known in the disability sector for his work with complex and high intensity clients, inclusive of:

- C2 Ventilated Quadraplegics

- Various C4-C7 Quadraplegics

- Tetraplegics

- Paraplegics

- Acquired Brain Injuries

- Huntingtons Disease

- Mental Health and Mindset challenging

Joshua has a unique character, which has been built from his time as a professional Rugby Union player for QLD Reds, Western Force, Australian 7's and various top league Japan teams. Joshua has worked with Bond University captaining the Rugby team and coaching the womens and men's 7's team. 

Joshua has a presence about him, and you simply have to meet him to understand. Joshua is a fierce and friendly giant, loves a joke, and he thinks he is ridiculously good looking, which he will tell you himself. 

Joshua has utilised his leadership skills to build a company of genuine, caring and family oriented support workers and nurses. Carers Collective pride themselves on the culture and hardworking teams. 

Carers Collective are a registered NDIS and NIISQ provider. 

For a friendly chat please phone Joshua on 0424 820 884. 

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