About Us

Our story is driven by a desire to deliver excellence in Behaviour Support & Therapeutic Practice Areas.

Owned and Operated by Jodie Logan
(AHPRA Registration: PSY0001756127)


It started with a need to build capacity in the disability sector.

Our Founder and Director, Jodie Logan (AHPRA Registration: PSY0001756127) spent a number of years working in the disability sector for the Queensland Government. Jodie worked within a multidisciplinary team that focused on delivering quality Therapeutic Services, along with delivering Positive Behaviour Supports that aimed to reduce behaviours of harm and minimise the use of restrictive practices.

Now, Jodie has remained committed to this work and has transitioned from the Queensland Government to private practice as a registered NDIS provider.

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Today, we're building a leading team in these practice areas.

With more than 10 years of experience working in the disability sector, Jodie Logan (AHPRA Registration: PSY0001756127) is committed to sharing her knowledge. Jodie works hard to ensure our Tedoo practitioners are committed to the same standard of excellence.

Our agile team carries Jodie’s same passion, working collaboratively with our participants to meet their needs and improve their quality of life.

We're constantly developing and building our team's skills.

As part of our commitment to excellence, we take professional development seriously. Our team is committed to continuous improvement and to developing their skills and knowledge, to ensure we continue to deliver the best, evidence-based practice available.

From Auslan training to art therapy, and through to Applied Behaviour Analysis training — it’s important we have a highly developed team in place to support you.

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Our vision is centred around the people we support and is focused on improving their quality of life.


Our vision is to work collaboratively with individuals, their families and the wider sector to improve the quality of life of those we are supporting. We’re here to reduce the use of restrictive practices across the sector, uphold human rights and deliver holistic, person-centred support.

Our Values


We’re working towards our vision by embedding our values into every aspect of our practice. These values guide our delivery of behaviour and therapeutic services. They frame our decision making and drive our continuous improvement and commitment to excellence.


We deliver support fairly and objectively, ensuring we have regard for the feelings, wishes and rights of the individuals we are supporting. We treat everyone with courtesy and freedom from discrimination, harassment and bullying.


We provide comprehensive support and services, delivering the highest quality care by working together with individuals and their wider support networks as well as our communities to achieve their goals.


We create an environment that is culturally safe and inclusive for everyone through shared knowledge, respect, meaning, listening and learning together to remove social determinants and barriers for everyone


We demonstrate robust ethical principles and adherence to our Code of Conduct. We deliver support to meet the expectations of the individuals we work with and strengthen our reputation through our customers' trust, in alignment with our promises and actions


We work within an evidence-based framework that allows the team to use and develop their skills and knowledge to meet individual needs. We support the development of skills and abilities to enable continuous improvement across our practice areas.

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To make a referral, get in touch with our friendly team. We’re here to answer

any of your questions and help you get started.