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Your pathway to a fulfilling career within the NDIS

The disability support sector is one of Australia’s fastest growing industries with employment growth expected to double over the next 3 years. With job roles covering a range of categories, including assistance with daily life, finding and keeping a job, assistive technology and many more, there is an array of areas for carers to showcase their skills.

Popular career pathways within the NDIS include:

Community Support Worker – Assists clients, either older people or people with a disability, and provides services to support their activities of daily living, promoting independence and well being.

 

Personal Care Assistant – Provides personal care support to clients either living a facility setting or in their own home. Support includes, personal care, showering, grooming, and dressing.

 

Assistant in Nursing – Provides care and support to clients living in a facility setting or in their own home assist clients with support services as prescribed by the aged care assessment team, Registered nurses or coordinator/case managers.

 

Residential Support Worker/Residential Care Worker – Provides support services to people with a disability who reside in supported accommodation, to carry out activities of daily living, promoting independence and well being.

 

Home Care Assistant – Assists clients, either older people or people with a disability, and provides services to support their activities of daily living, promoting independence and well being. This role often has an emphasis on domestic assistance for the client.

 

Disability Support Worker – Provides support services to people with a disability who lives in their own home or with a carer/family member, to carry out activities of daily living, promoting independence and well being.

 

Additional Support Worker/Support Worker – Provides support services to people with a disability or older people who live in their own home or with a carer/family member, to carry out activities of daily living, promoting independence and well being.

 

Hostel Supervisor – Oversees the care and support of residents living a hostel setting.

 

Care Supervisor – Oversees the care and support of residents living a facility setting.

 

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