Odette Mbuzu

Disability Services Manager

Smile Care Community Provider (SCCP)


Meet Odette Mbuzu, Founder and Director of Smile Care Community Provider (SCCP).

Odette Mbuzu is a visionary leader in the disability support field, known for her dedication and passion in making a positive impact on the lives of individuals with disabilities. As the Founder and Director of Smile Care Community Provider (SCCP), a trusted NDIS Registered Provider based in Adelaide, South Australia, Odette has played an instrumental role in shaping SCCP's mission and values.

With nearly three years of steadfast leadership at SCCP, Odette has established herself as a driving force behind the organisation's commitment to providing exceptional support services. Her journey began as a Support Worker and evolved into the role of Client Services Manager, where she honed her skills in support coordination, disability management and delivering person-centered care.

Odette's extensive experience is complemented by her academic background, holding a Master's degree in Business Administration and Management from Flinders University. Her unique combination of hands-on experience and academic knowledge positions her as a trusted expert in the disability support sector.

As the heart and soul of SCCP, Odette Mbuzu continues to lead the organisation in its mission to empower individuals with disabilities to lead fulfilling and independent lives. Her visionary leadership, coupled with her commitment to the well-being of SCCP's clients, sets the standard for excellence in the disability support field.

Connect with Odette and the SCCP team to discover how their expertise and dedication can support you or your loved ones on the path to greater independence and well-being.


Master's Degree in Business Administration and Management

Flinders University

Registered Provider


Skills & Experience

NDIS Support Coordinator

NDIS Support Worker

NDIS Carer

In Home Care

Supported Independent Living (SIL)

Respite Care

Short Term Accommodation (STA)


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