Advice on modifying your work area, talking about your disability, training for your co-workers, negotiating flexible work arrangements and returning to work.
Changing your work area and methods
At any time, you and your employer may agree to changes that will allow you to do your job better.
Changing your work tasks
Some employers will be open to changing or modifying tasks in the workplace to best suit your skills, support needs and capabilities.
Changing your work times
Advice on how a flexible work arrangement can benefit you and your employer.
Settling in on your first day
Some tips for getting ready to start a new job.
Working from home
Tips for working from home and how to create a good agreement with your employer.
Help from human resources
Advice on how experts in human resources can help you at work.
Returning to work
A step-by-step guide to getting back to work after a disability, injury or health condition.
Staying positive at work
How to recognise and manage stress and how to balance work with your personal life.
Training and education for your co-workers
Courses in disability awareness, mental health first aid, deaf awareness and more.
Understand your responsibilities to workplace safety and how to get advice if you’re injured at work.
Talking about disability
Discussing mental health issues at work
Promoting understanding and acceptance of mental illness.
Talking to others about your disability
How to discuss your disability with your employer and co-workers.
Employment Assistance Fund (EAF)
The EAF gives financial help to eligible people.
Supported Wage System (SWS)
For those who are not able to perform jobs at the same capacity as any other employee.
Employers can negotiate a wage subsidy with Disability Employment Services.