Work and Community Pathways

Work and Community Pathways is a service for young adults with a mild to moderate intellectual disability as their primary diagnosis. 
The purpose of Work and Community Pathways is to provide ongoing education relevant to individualised goals or aspirations.
The primary components of the program include
  • Providing opportunities to encourage and develop self-determination skills, to enable the young adult to direct their future and collaborate with their supporters
  • An individualised program to target a goal relevant to community engagement, social engagement or employment. 
  • Ongoing assessment to measure how the young person is progressing toward goal achievement
  • Purposeful connection with parents and supporters to ensure that skills and knowledge transfer to other environments. 
The first Work and Community Pathways cohort commenced in January 2018. We will be taking ongoing referrals for the program throughout the year.
To view an article about Work and Community Pathways that appears in the April 2018 edition of our Matters Magazine, please click here.

To read more articles from our Matters Magazine, please click on the links below:

Jo's Inspired to Trek the Larapinta Trail - September 2018 (interview conducted by Jack, a Pathways Program Participant)

If you are interested in finding out more about Work and Community Pathways, please complete the form below.

Expression of Interest