Jasmin De Kort (she/her)

Quality Friend: Family by Family

Working on Kaurna Land

Jasmin has recently joined the TACSI team to provide ​​support for the quality assurance practice of Family by Family, our scaffolded family network support program that helps other families make the changes they want in their lives. 

Prior to joining TACSI, she volunteered for Family by Family. This experience, plus her past qualifications from working in aged care, has provided her with a deep understanding of the importance of helping people in the community. 

Jasmin is passionate about supporting others and improving community wellbeing. She’s known as the person that people open up to, and her approachable and compassionate nature helps her connect with people. She’s someone people feel comfortable coming to for support, and being a Quality Friend in the Family by Family model means she can leverage her knowledge and problem-solving skills to ensure quality standards are adhered within the project. 

Joining TACSI has given Jasmin the opportunity to combine her lived experience and passion for the Family by Family project, community volunteering and creating connections on a larger scale. She strives to make positive changes in as many lives as she can, and for her children to be proud of the work that she does and the impact she makes.

When she’s not working or volunteering, Jasmin spends time with her husband, four children and pets at sporting activities and watching movies together. Creative by nature, she can often be found upcycling old furniture into something beautiful, or doing family photography.


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