Fathia Guled

Founder and CEO
Brief info

Fathia believes that all people who have a disability deserve to be given the opportunity to have independence, the ability to voice their desires so they can feel in control of their lives and that with an understanding and compassionate provider that listens to your individual needs there’s no problem that cannot be solved. This is why culturally appropriate care is a key aspect of Revolution Cares service. Since coming to Australia more than 20 years ago with a degree in teaching and sociology from the University of Damascus, Fathia has worked as a social worker for the City of Yarra, at the Melbourne Magistrates Court, for DHHS, in hospitals and at many
other places assisting members of her community receive their rights including the disabled.

Through her work Fathia has developed many skills such the ability to work effectively with clients from diverse backgrounds, and the ability to communicate effectively, identify with and understand a wide range of people's experiences and points of view. As a Coordinator, Fathia has brought over her expertise in advocating for her clients to represent Revolution cares clients in a range of settings particularly to connect them with needed resources and opportunities, especially when clients and their families are vulnerable or unable to advocate for themselves.

As the founder of revolution care, Fathia upholds the values of our organisation, provides guidance to all staff members to ensure the best possible service, maintains the safety of everyone here and supports our clients directly as well.

Fathia believes that all people who have a disability deserve to be given the opportunity to have independence, the ability to voice their desires so they can feel in control of their lives and that with an understanding and compassionate provider that listens to your individual needs there’s no problem that cannot be solved.