APM have committed to supporting the WA All Abilities Football Association (WAAAFA) for a second year.
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The APM Communities team in Northam took part in the Northam Bilya (river) Festival on Friday 11 August 2023.
Retail Ready and Able – APM supporting Queensland Retailers to employ people with disability.
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APM Communities and Mission Australia join forces at Supanova Perth
FestABLE, a one-day event event for people with disability designed, managed and rolled out by people with disability is back by popular demand.
Simon wanted to find a role where he could use his experiences to help others.
Gordon had extensive work and life experience but believed his age was impacting his ability to secure employment.
APM Communities connected with Ace Camera Club in Albany for further growth and development.
Sue gets a boost from lending a hand in her home town of Katanning.
APM is pleased to announce an extension of their Reds Volleyball Association’s partnership.
Andrew secured a placement YMCA ReBuild, which became a permanent paid opportunity.
Avid sports fan Micheal achieves his dream job with support from APM.
18-year-old Shaylah was supported through the Workforce Australia program.
After securing a job he was promoted within three months of employment.
After recovering from a traumatic brain injury, 21-year-old Zoe reached out to her local APM office in Burnie, Tasmania.
Gordon was eligible for support through the Disability Employment Services program, part of APM Employment Services.