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1300 459 555


How we can help you

MASS employment support guides participants to help them find and maintain employment. These services are designed to support individuals with disabilities in accessing meaningful employment opportunities and building their skills and independence in the workforce. Here are some key aspects of NDIS employment services:

  • Individualized Approach: NDIS employment services take an individualized approach, tailoring support to meet the specific needs and goals of each participant. Employment service providers work closely with participants to understand their abilities, interests, and career aspirations.


  • Job Search and Placement: Employment service providers assist participants in exploring job opportunities, developing job-seeking skills, and securing suitable employment. They may help with resume writing, interview preparation, job applications, and connecting participants with potential employers.


  • Vocational Training and Skill Development: Services may include vocational training programs, skills development workshops, and on-the-job training to enhance participants' employability. These programs aim to develop transferable skills and ensure participants have the necessary qualifications and capabilities for their chosen field of work.


  • Workplace Modifications and Aids: NDIS employment services can provide assistance with workplace modifications or accommodations to enable participants to perform their jobs effectively. This may involve adapting workspaces, providing assistive technology, or implementing specific tools or strategies to accommodate the participant's disability-related needs.


  • Ongoing Support and Mentoring: Employment service providers offer ongoing support to participants once they secure employment. This may include mentoring, workplace visits, addressing any challenges that arise, and providing guidance on workplace rights and responsibilities.


  • Coordination with Employers: NDIS employment services facilitate communication and coordination between participants and employers. They work collaboratively with employers to create inclusive and supportive work environments, educate employers about disabilities, and promote diversity and equal opportunities.


  • Continued Professional Development: NDIS employment services may also focus on helping participants develop their skills and knowledge beyond initial employment. This can involve providing access to further training, upskilling opportunities, and career progression support.


Our team of experts is dedicated to providing exceptional service and support to those living with disabilities. Through our strong network of  staff we are here to help propel individuals meet their personal goals every step of the way. 

Level 4/301 Hampshire Rd, Sunshine Vic 3020 

1300 459 555

"We believe that every person, regardless of their abilities, has a unique contribution to make to the community, and our aim is to help them realize their full potential"

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