APM is a member of the National Panel of Assessors and we deliver an independent workplace assessment to find out if you or your employer needs some help.
Depending on your needs, this may include ongoing support to help carry out your job tasks, or new tools, equipment or technology to help you work.
Once you have found a job through a Disability Employment Services provider, there are three types of support programs you may be assessed for:
These assessments can only be done by an organisation that did not help you find your job through a Disability Employment Service program.
If you are a participant in APM’s Disability Employment Services, another registered provider will assess you at work.
If you found employment with another Disability Employment Services provider, you may be referred to APM for the workplace assessment.
If you have any questions about your workplace assessment, please call us on 1800 276 276
APM is a member of the National Panel of Assessors and delivers workplace assessments for independent workers and employees registered with other Disability Employment Services providers.
The National Panel of Assessors is an Australian Government program to assess the workplace needs of an individual's physical, intellectual or psychological disability.
The assessments look at barriers to an employee’s participation and independence in the workplace, and aim to help overcome these challenges and maximise their ability to work.
There are several organisations that are registered providers under the program, including APM.
Assessors carry out Ongoing Support, Supported Wage System, and Workplace Modification assessments as part of the National Panel of Assessor’s contract with the Department of Social Services.
The program aims to enhance employment participation by people living with disability, and help them maintain employment.
Call 1300 366 047 to speak to an APM Disability Employment Services consultant now