What is supported employment
This is actually a really great question, and one that we receive a lot.
Supported employment is, as the name suggests, a job where people with disability can receive extra support while they are at work.
An era of inclusion
With the new decade comes a great opportunity to reflect – both on what has been and what we want for the future.
Out of home and loving life
Charlie, 22, has had 17 operations in his young life. His grandma says his body is “full of titanium.” But that doesn’t stop him from living his best life.
How to be a good Support Worker
In this blog, we sat down with eight Endeavour customers and asked them what it takes to be a good support worker. Here’s what they said!
How the NDIS can help you manage your money
Learning to handle money, to budget and to save are skills that most of us will need in our lives to get the most out of it.
This month we’re looking at how our two participants, Milly and Bob, used their NDIS funding towards their goals around managing their money.
What is the Royal Commission?
The Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability is an important opportunity for people with disability to have serious issues addressed, including human rights, personal safety, access to quality services and social inclusion.