Enabling better lives globally transcript
Michael Anghie: It's an amazing organization, fantastic people, making an amazing difference in the community.
Speaker 2: As one of the world's leading human services organizations, APM has been enabling better lives for more than 27 years.
Megan Wynne: We work across a range of programs. We deliver allied health services, assessment services, psychological intervention, employment assistance, vocational rehabilitation, and community-based services, largely for people who sustained an injury, illness or have a disability.
Speaker 2: Each year, our 7,500 team members assist more than one million people across APM's 10 countries to improve their life through sustainable employment, recovery, and or rehabilitation from injury, illness, and disability and improving life outlook through support.
Michael Anghie: Ultimately, we seek to enable better lives and make a positive difference to people's lives everywhere and around the world where we've got contracts.
Speaker 2: In Australia, we deliver market-leading employment services, disability support, vocational rehabilitation, training, assessments, and psychological assistance.
Megan Wynne: The NDIS contract is particularly exciting and is a very important part of our future. The National Disability Insurance Scheme is globally such an innovative scheme. No one else in the world has anything like it and to have the opportunity to partner with government and to play a role in that is something that we're absolutely delighted about.
Speaker 2: In New Zealand, we are the market leader in vocational rehabilitation. We deliver a variety of community-based rehabilitation, assessment, and employment services, supporting individuals and businesses across the country. In Singapore, we are the market-leading provider of career matching services to people who've been displaced from the workforce and work closely with the Singapore government to support people to find appropriate and lasting employment. As Korea's largest employment and career transition services provider, we support unemployed people on their journeys to lasting work and healthier lives. In the United States, we have provided workforce development services to youth, adults, and dislocated workers for over 20 years across 17 states and our footprint continues to expand. We also deliver workforce development services in British Columbia through our WorkBC contract in Ontario and Alberta and vocational rehabilitation services for veterans across Canada.
In the UK, we work with businesses and governments to deliver life-changing employment programs and our youth services are helping build a new generation of confident, independent, and aspirational young citizens. Also in the UK, our justice program is helping break the cycle of reoffending and our growing health services are supporting more people to lead healthy and independent lives. We continue to expand in Europe with Welfare-to-Work services in Germany, supporting long and short-term unemployed with focus on young people, parents, and refugees with employment, health, and further social services. In Spain, we are growing employment programs and housing initiatives, and our Swiss business helps people with health conditions and the long-term unemployed back to work. At APM, we pride ourselves on our market leading performance and growing our business by doing the right thing and delivering on our promises. We continue to invest for the future, invest in our contracts and invest in our people to make a difference to more people's lives around the world.
Heather Pickeri: Being the best is hard work but it could also be fun, and when you are the best and when you do achieve it, and when you get the big thank you from the customer, and when I say customer, it's a person with disability saying, "Thank you, you've made a difference." It makes an incredible difference to you personally but to APM.
Speaker 2: APM, enabling better lives globally.