If you’re living with an injury, illness or
disability, and want to find a job, we can help.
The APM Futures team is a registered NDIS provider delivering School Leaver Employment Supports (SLES) for participants aged 15 to 22.
We can help you discover a career path that is right for you and help you get the support to make a strong start on your employment journey.
You get the support that's right for you and your needs so we can establish your vocational identity and meet your work goals and aspirations.
Our approach will include various exciting stages in building your capacity for work including training, learning valuable life and workplace skills combined with real work experience.
Whether it’s starting out in a paid job after school, identifying your career aspirations or other vocational goals, we’re dedicated to giving you the confidence and capability to succeed.
We want to know your interests, talents, aspirations, and future goals so we can explore where you can go in life and build the service that is right for you.
Our team is dedicated to helping you gain:
The APM Futures School Leaver Employment Supports service is tailored for each participant. We have activities to help build your capacity for employment and prepare for the world of work, instead of just going straight into job searching as soon as school finishes.
We will work with you, usually over a period of two years, delivering supports including:
Through various activities we help with:
If you or someone you know is an NDIS participant and and interested in their future employment prospects, click Register Now and fill in your details.
We’ll be in touch to check the eligibility requirements and guide you through getting started.
If you don’t have funding for employment supports in your NDIS plan, we can provide assistance to guide you through the process with your NDIS planner.
To speak to someone about the school leavers program, or other NDIS employment support services, call 1300 276 757 or email email@example.com.
Chanay was 16 when she discovered the hearing bones inside her ears were being eaten away by a disease.
Like anyone, the loss of hearing and medical procedures that followed took their toll on the teenager.
Facing the world of work is daunting for anyone when they finish school and look for their first job.
For Jarryd, and thousands of other young Australians every year, this next step in his life was made even more challenging due to his autism.
Maddy knows something about overcoming a challenge.
Growing up with cerebral palsy, an intellectual disability and epilepsy wasn’t easy.
But when it came to finding a job Maddy and her parents thought they wouldn’t find many opportunities. Then Maddy joined APM.