Learn more about working in disability support - work that matters.
Bronwyn is a Worimi and Kamilaroi woman who supports people of different ages and backgrounds to do the things they need to do
From casual worker to qualified team leader, Van is still excited about working in disability support after 20 years.
Kelly is a teacher and mentor who enjoys helping disability support workers to create positive change and empowering people with disability to achieve what they want in life.
Rachel is a doctor with a history of working in disability support. Looking back, she feels that disability support work gave her skills and knowledge that remain relevant to this day.
Jack works in a community outreach program supporting people with intellectual disabilities and loves sharing his passion for sport.
Sam got into disability support work after finishing school, as a temporary job until he decided what to do next. Nine years later he’s built a career that gives him the right work-life balance.
Jake manages disability service facilities across Melbourne and works closely with area coordinators to ensure consistent delivery of high quality services.
Annie is passionate about education and delivers disability awareness training to a range of different organisations across Victoria.
Bec manages a residential group home for people with disability who have complex needs. She loves making a difference and supporting people to lead an independent life.
Georgia works with people with disability to deliver disability awareness training to help public service organisations be more responsive to community needs.
Updated 4 August 2021