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Create Vitality - Helping families raising a child with a disability to thrive.

Hi, I'm Rachel.



I believe that thriving is a right, not a luxury and that everyone in your family deserves to thrive.

I am committed to connecting families raising a child with a disability, health condition or other additional support needs, with practical strategies that respect the demands they face, celebrate their strengths and align with their values, so that they can find relief from stress, exhaustion or overwhelm, feel more connected and in control and confidently support the whole family to thrive.

How Create Vitality Can Help.


Create Vitality offers safe online community, workshops and programs for families raising a child with a disability, health condition or other additional care needs, so that they can reduce isolation and feel connected and resourced.

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Create Vitality support families to tune in to their unique needs and clarify what is most important to them, so that they can feel more confident and in control of the decisions that impact their family.


Create Vitality offers practical and simple strategies that can be integrated across the whole family, so that they can find relief from stress and exhaustion, have more ease and enjoyment and experience the wellbeing that they deserve.

    Tailored support that respects the demands you face and aligns with your values
    Practical and simple strategies that can be used by the whole family
    Find relief from stress, exhaustion, overwhelm and isolation
    Navigate challenges with more ease
    More time and energy for connection and the things that you love
    Confidence that the whole family can thrive

Your Way toWellbeing 

You and your family deserve to thrive!

Thriving is not a 'one-size-fits-all' deal.

We all have different strengths, preferences and challenges. This means that what we need to thrive might be different for each of us too. If you're not sure what that looks like for you and your family, thinking about the spaces, places, activities and people that feel safe and supportive to you, can be a good place to start.



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