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Anne Salt (60) lives in New Norfolk with her husband and has two adult daughters. Anne’s educational achievements include a Bachelor of Social Science (1998); Bachelor of Adult and Vocational Education (2011); Vocational Graduate Certificate in Adult Language, Literacy and Numeracy (2013); Assessment and Analysis of Severe and Challenging Behaviour (Institute of Applied Behaviour Analysis); Certificate IV Training and Assessment (2011); Associate Diploma Social Science (Developmental Disability) and Certificate IV Developmental Disabilities.

Anne’s wide ranging work history has included:


1978-1994







1994-2006





2010





2007-Currnent





2006-2012





2012





Current





































Anne is a wonderful advocate for the Derwent Valley and a bringer of great ideas and perspective. Anne is passionate about the sensitive redevelopment of Willow Court, and is an advocate for Willow Court to be formally recognized as a “Site of Conscience” so as to be included in the world wide Coalition of Sites of Conscience.



Anne is also a champion for the development of an “Accessible Tourism” plan for Tasmania and believes that Tasmania could be a leader in achieving huge economic and social improvements in this area.



The issue of Elder Abuse is also very close to Anne’s heart and she believes the current review of legislation around Guardianship and Powers of Attorney is inadequate and requires further review. Anne also wants to see the Tasmanian Elder Abuse Prevention strategy fully funded and resourced.



Anne Salt

0419 213 232

acasalt@bigpond.com


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Mental Health Services/DHHS/Royal Derwent

Anne worked as a Mother Craft Nurse, Social Trainer,

Case Manager and House Manager



Star Tasmania Inc

Manager of a residential service for people with intellectual disability



Teacher

Disability Studies/Skills Institute (Warrane)



The Handy Handyman

Administrator



Classic Cars Tours and Hire

Owner/Operator/Tour guide



Mission Australia

English Language Teacher



Adult Literacy Support Officer

Contracted to provide services for TasWater, Work and Training, Aged and Community Services

Anne is very active in her local community and has been involved in many meaningful projects that include:


Friends of Willow Court


Anne held the position of Secretary in 2010 and has been serving as Chairperson from 2011-current. The committee conducts open days, clean up days and restoration projects.


New Norfolk Neighbourhood Watch (2009-2012)


Anne served as the Co-ordinator and worked on the publication and distribution of the Watch newsletter, public displays, proposed and facilitated the introduction of a graffiti education program over three years into all Derwent Valley schools.


Derwent Valley Council Spatial Planning Committee


Anne worked on the review and development of the spatial plan and proposed development of a historical walk around New Norfolk.


Derwent Valley Council (Walking Through Time) Heritage Trail Committee


Anne worked as part of committee that researched and provided input into the development of heritage signs and podcasts for the heritage walk.

Anne is a wonderful advocate for the Derwent Valley and a bringer of great ideas and perspective. Anne is passionate about the sensitive redevelopment of Willow Court, and is an advocate for Willow Court to be formally recognized as a “Site of Conscience” so as to be included in the world wide Coalition of Sites of Conscience.



Anne is also a champion for the development of an “Accessible Tourism” plan for Tasmania and believes that Tasmania could be a leader in achieving huge economic and social improvements in this area.



The issue of Elder Abuse is also very close to Anne’s heart and she believes the current review of legislation around Guardianship and Powers of Attorney is inadequate and requires further review. Anne also wants to see the Tasmanian Elder Abuse Prevention strategy fully funded and resourced.