APM expands human services footprint

Published on 03 Jul 2015

APM has been awarded work in nine regions for jobactive, and will deliver aged care assessments in 22 regions across Australia.

"That we have been recognised to deliver these services is gratifying recognition of APM's achievements and dynamic track record," said APM founder and Managing Director, Megan Wynne.

Group Chief Executive Officer, Michael Hobday, said that APM would work closely with employers and sub-contractors to ensure that this record of achievement would continue.

"After months of preparation, APM is excited to be commencing both jobactive and the new My Aged Care Regional Assessment Service," Mr Hobday said.

"Our experience makes us a safe pair of hands to deliver these new programs on behalf of Government. We take this responsibility very seriously.

"Our team has expanded significantly to meet the requirements of both these initiatives.

"At the forefront of this is consideration for each individual we work with and how we can improve their lives, whether it is through getting them into work or assisting them to stay in their own home for longer," Mr Hobday said.

APM began in Western Australia in 1994 as a vocational rehabilitation agency and today delivers employment, injury management, allied health interventions and community care services.

The additions of jobactive and the My Aged Care Regional Assessment Service make APM one of the country's largest providers of all human services, with a footprint of over 1,000 staff in more than 500 locations across Australia.