Welcome DisabilityCare! How will it affect you?

Written by Chloe Lyttle

Today, 1 July 2013, is a momentous day with the much anticipated launch of DisabilityCare, perhaps the most wide ranging and significant change to our sector in a generation.



Meet Mel….our newest blogger

Written by Mel Schlaeger

Hi, my name is Mel. I have cerebral palsy, otherwise known as CP. My parents have always said that I should never let my disability be the reason for not living life to the full. So, I like to travel, spend time with friends, volunteer and engage in paid disability awareness work, just to name a few things.


When I was little, my parents strived to create a ‘normal’ life for me regardless of my disability. The legacy of their efforts has been that I have expectations of myself to be someone who contributes meaningfully to the society that I live in.

I currently do disability awareness presentations for organisations. I also mentor a person with mental health challenges and have welfare based qualifications, which I will have the opportunity to further at uni in the near future.


House With No Steps need a Support Worker in Chatswood

Written by carecareers

This week’s featured job is from House With No Steps.

This organisation is seeking an experienced Support Worker to support two men (18 years and 21 years) with autism.

House With No Steps is a leading provider of quality residential, employment and ancillary services to people with disabilities throughout NSW and other states in Australia.


Looking for a job as a Disability Support Worker?

Written by carecareers

Behha Residential Services in Revesby is seeking a Part Time Disability Support Worker to work on weekends, starting in February 2012.

Behha Residential Services is a not-for-profit family orientated charity which specialises in assisted accommodation for adults with disability.

Disability Support Workers facilitate the development and enhancement of independent living and other skills to enable their clients to maintain their independence and realise their goals.