Jennifer Hurley has created Hurley House as a hub of learning and development support services, a place where families and children in rural and regional areas can receive appropriate support if needed.
As a mother and a qualified Allied Health Assistant, Jennifer is a passionate advocate for improving the delivery of learning for young people.
She has experienced first hand the stress and strain associated with trying to find targeted support for kids with learning and development difficulties.
Jennifer has established a centre in Goondiwindi to provide help to families that would otherwise have to travel to Toowoomba, Brisbane or beyond.
Hurley House aims to be part of the solution by providing the Learnersaurus Literacy Program to our community.