Life Style Supports

About Us

Through the implementation of inclusive practices, we aspire to improve the outcomes of individuals and their families by connecting with the community. 


 Hello and welcome to Define Normal Life Style Supports.  Established in 2019 in Innisfail, Far North Queensland, we provide tailored solutions for Australia’s most challenging service users.  Whether you, or a member of your family, require a Pre-Plan, Social Skilling or Education in Positive Behaviour Support, Define Normal Life Style Supports has a team of professionals to meet even the complex of individual and family needs.

Founder, Tamara  created Define Normal Life Style Supports to address a growing need in the community.

As an accredited NDIS service provider, we offer a range of services that improve quality of life options for families who we support.

“This business was created to meet the diverse needs of individuals and families. Working with like-minded professional allows me to offer a broader range of services.”

 (Founder of DNLSS)


For the past 13 years Tamara has been heavily involved within the disability and mental health sector and has aided in establishing a number of community support programs and groups.

She has represented the autism community as an adult on the spectrum who also has three children with autism as an attribute.  

Tamara has received numerous community achievement awards and nominations. She brings with her true passion, experience and knowledge in both the government and non-government disability sector.

Driven by a personal centred practice to assist and strengthen inclusive communities, she has a strong interest in advocacy and works closely with families and individuals to improve their quality of life.


Margaret brings a wealth of experience for people and families who have a loved one who has additional needs.  Having firsthand experience, growing up and living with a sibling who has complex needs, Margaret knows only too well the challenges faced by families.

This real life experience led Margaret to begin her 20 year teaching career in Special Education.  It was here, that she found her passion in working with individuals and families, to strive to ensure that every child could reach their fullest potential.  

Margaret understands how essential it is to have access to sound advice, especially in the early days, when your struggle seems overwhelming.  


Eddie is a father and role model to his 3 children and 3 grandchildren.  Having personally faced the trials and tribulations as a parent of a child with additional needs, he understands the complexities and emotional turmoil that parents face whilst undertaking the process to achieve a diagnosis.  

As a support worker, Eddie brings hands on experience when working with children on the Autism Spectrum. 

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