Everyone can work – Employment pathways for people with a disability.

Kickstarting your child’s career – Employment Resource Workbook for Parents, 2016 – All families want their children to lead productive and fulfilling lives. People with disability also share this aspiration. More than 80% of people receiving the Disability Support Pension report they would like to have a job. Sue Robertson, (https://ddwa.org.au/resources/).

Job Access Employer Toolkit – This toolkit includes short video guides and downloadable resources with practical advice on disability and employment – from inclusive policies and recruitment, to workplace changes and managing staff.

Accessible Recruitment Guide – The Accessible Recruitment Guide was created by Media Access Australia to provide practical ‘real world’ guidance on how best to address accessibility-related issues in recruitment and human resources management.

A strong future for supported employment: Consultation summary report – This report summarises the major themes raised by people with disability and their families and carers, Australian Disability Enterprises, employers of people with disability, peak bodies and other interested stakeholders, during the recent consultations on the development of the Government’s supported employment policy (Aug 2018, Dept of Social Services).

NDIS pre-planning toolkit for higher or vocational education and training – Eight resources have been developed to help students with disability prepare for attending university or vocational education and training. National Disability Coordination Office.

Willing to Work (Easy Read Version) – A report from the Australian Human Rights Commission contains all the necessary information for understanding unless you need very specific detail. The non-easy read version of the report was released in 2016.

Ticket to work – Employment for young people with disability