We believe everyone is capable of work. If you're living with an injury, illness or disability and want to find a job, we’re here to help.
Our experienced employment consultants understand the barriers you face, but we focus on how we can help you successfully achieve your goals.
We want to get to know you, understand where you're at and work with you to find solutions to manage or overcome your challenges. We’re interested in your abilities, your strengths and what you want to achieve.
We have been helping people find and stay in employment for more than 20 years, and we’ve seen first-hand the value and health benefits a secure job can bring.
If you’re employed but worried about losing your job because of an injury, illness or disability, we can help. Our Work Assist program helps you and your employer access support to keep you at work.
We’re committed to helping people reach their goals and improve their lives.
They are your guide to finding a job and will talk you through how we help you, how to get the most from the Disability Employment Services program and what steps you need to take next. This includes:
explaining the services we provide
providing you with a copy of our Service Guarantee and Code of Practice
explaining your rights and obligations and prepare a job plan outlining the activities and interventions we can offer to help you get work
discussing your injury, health condition, or disability and how it affects your ability to look for a job and stay at work, and how you can be supported to reduce this impact
explaining how to search for a job and an initial list of appropriate job vacancies
discussing local job opportunities and skill shortage areas near you
We work in partnership with you to help you succeed.
Let’s get to work on a clear path to your next job.
We’re committed to giving you the best start in your new job. We can support you with:
a workplace assessment, or applying for modifications
Your employment consultant will take you through the supports available to make sure you don’t just find a job, but retain your employment into the future.
In the first instance this will involve a workplace assessment, which has to be conducted by an independent person – someone who does not work for the Disability Employment Service provider that assisted you to find your job.
APM is a member of the National Panel of Assessors and our experienced team undertake these specialised workplace assessments.
Although APM is also a Disability Employment Service provider we do not undertake assessments for our own clients.
If you’ve been referred to us, it means another provider has helped you into employment and we are acting as the independent party to assist you identify the supports you need.
For APM participants there are no planned changes to the services you recieve.
As a result of a review into the program, we will be expanding our Disability Employment Services across the country.
This means we will be able to help even more people find the support they need to get a job and improve their lives.
If you're registered with another provider, the changes will make it easier for you to move to a different program.
APM delivers Disability Employment Services to more areas than any other provider. And with more than 100 new locations coming in 2018, there will be an APM team near you.
Call 1300 366 047 to speak to an APM Disability Employment Services consultant now