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  • I want to work or study but unsure where to start
    Self Discovery and Job Discovery Reframe Career vocational counselling sessions can help you to: Explore and understand your interests, strengths, skills and values Consider your disability, illness or injury when considering your possibilities Visit workplaces to find out more about the job Connect with others who are working in careers of interest Make sense or career information including study pathways, workplace adjustments, course funding, scholarships and apprenticeships. Widen or narrow down your options
  • I already have some job and course ideas but need more help
    Gain and maintain meaningful employment Reframe Careers vocational counselling sessions can help you to: Prepare for paid work, study or volunteering Enrol in a course and link with relevant support services Participate in volunteering or work experience Develop a resume, cover letter and LinkedIn profile Consider the pros and cons of disclosing an injury. disability or health condition when job seeking Gain the skills and confidence to job seek and attend interview independently Partner with employers, disability employment services and/or Job Access to ensure workplace equipment and modifications are in place for both the recruitment process and on commencement of employment Register with a disability service employment provider to widen your support services Support to maintain employment once gained or onward referral to post placement support
  • I'd like to return to work following onset of illness, injury or disability
    Explore work, study and volunteering possibilities post injury Reframe Careers can help you consider how work may look for you following onset of injury, disability or illness. This will be different for everyone. We partner with you, your therapists, employers and disability employment services to help you explore your work, study or volunteering possibilities. ​ This could include: Explore and understand your interests, strengths, skills and values Consider your disability, illness or injury when considering your possibilities Visiting workplaces and connect with others to find out more about careers of interest Making sense or career information including study pathways, workplace adjustments, scholarships and apprenticeships. Widening or narrow down your options Enrolling in a course and link with relevant support services Participating in volunteering or work experience Considering the pros and cons of disclosing an injury. disability or health condition when job seeking Updating your a resume, cover letter and LinkedIn profile Interview preparation Partnering with employers, disability employment services and/or Job Access to ensure workplace equipment and modifications are in place for both the recruitment process and on commencement of employment Registering with a disability service employment provider to widen your support services Support to maintain employment once gained or onward referral to post placement support
  • I'm not ready to do paid work work but keen to do something enjoyable and meaningful with my time
    Explore meaningful activities Reframe Career vocational counselling sessions can help you to: Explore your interests and strengths through practical activities Find volunteering, community groups or a course in your local area Visit activities of interest Work together with you therapists and support co-ordinators to aid progress towards goals Get ready for paid work or study
  • I am supporting an NDIS participant
    Reframe Careers welcomes referrals from NDIS Support Co-ordinators, parents, psychologists, ADHD Coaches and other professionals. Contact me initially to discuss suitability of my services for your client/family member or direct them to the "Book an Appointment" page. ​ As a Rehabilitation Counsellor I have experience working with people experiencing injury, disability and chronic health conditions. I am also well placed to work with clients with Autism. ​
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