Our Board


Gerard Hardisty


Associate Professor Gerard Hardisty is a founding member of the Western Orthopaedic Clinic, one of Perth’s premier Orthopaedic groups. He counts amongst his special interests, regenerative medicine and arthroscopic surgery including cartilage and tendon grafting. He is an advocate of early discharge and home-based rehabilitation. Gerard holds a medical degree from UWA and is a trained Orthopaedic Surgeon, receiving his Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in 1993. Gerard commenced post-fellowship training in Sydney, Germany and North America in Sports Medicine, Knee, Foot and Ankle Surgery. He is involved in medical student and surgical teaching.


Lee Spur

Managing Director

Lee Spurr is a highly accomplished business professional with extensive expertise spanning the legal and healthcare sectors. He possesses a degree in Commercial Law and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD). Presently, Mr. Spurr serves as a board member for the Starlight Children's Foundation WA and holds the position of Chair for Health In Mind Board of Directors. His prior board responsibilities encompassed the role of Co Sec for At Home Care, an NDIS-registered provider within the disability sector. Notably, Lee Spurr also boasts a distinguished career as a former professional AFL Footballer for the Fremantle Dockers. He maintains active engagement in the AFL realm through various media broadcasting roles with prominent outlets such as Channel 7, Fox Footy, and 6PR radio.


Jon Morris


Jon Morris is the Managing Director of At Home Care and has worked in the disability sector for the past 18 years. He is a passionate advocate for disability and strives for independence, inclusion and empowerment for all people living with a disability, which is a key focus of his work. Jon holds an MBA from UWA Business School together with a BSc and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD). Previous NFP Board roles include Women's Health & Family Services, Rebound WA (previously Wheelchair Sports WA) and the Paraplegic Benefit Fund.