Disability Employment Services Grant Agreement Effective 1 July 2018

Suppliers receive payments to help participants find and maintain employment. Payments are structured so that suppliers earn more money if they put more people into sustainable employment. There are three main payments in the DES: the amount of funds that participants attract to their provider depends on the service they are in (disability Management Service or Employment Support Service) and the barriers they face for employment. A participant`s funding is likely to be changed during their stay in the program. Grant Agreement for Disabled Work Services – effective July 1, 2018 Although the most common method of linking our services to our services is through a Centrelink referral procedure, participants can also support our services through direct registration. People with disabilities, injuries or health problems can be helped to prepare for, find and keep jobs. Assistance can include career guidance, job preparation, resumption of development and training. You can also benefit from job search assistance and ongoing help in the workplace (if you need it), including funding for necessary work changes and wage subsidies to employers. If you are at risk of losing your job due to illness, injury or disability, you can get help from the Employment and Employment Fund. If you have a job and have problems with a looming illness or disability, people with disabilities may be eligible for one of two different DES programs depending on their disability: THE DES is provided by a mix of large, medium and small for-profit organizations that help people with disabilities. LA providers can also work with employers to help them develop practices that help the employee in the workplace. However, please note that Reclink Australia will not register directly and will hire full-time students to place them exclusively in after-school jobs.

In cases where a participant and their parent or legal guardian agree, Reclink Australia may consider it appropriate to employ an ESL participant for eight hours per week while he or she is still a full-time student. This could provide appropriate work experience or determine a participant`s suitability for a particular type of work. Under these conditions, a job of eight hours per week would be considered appropriate, as it is part of the overall transition of the job seeker in a post-school environment. Given the extent of the disability of a job seeker who is able to be directly registered as an ESL and admitted to the DES, the time required to remove barriers to opening a job may vary and sometimes placement in open employment cannot take place immediately after the program begins. As an ESS provider, Reclink helps permanent job seekers with disabilities find suitable and sustainable employment based on their estimated capacity. Beyond placement, Reclink provides both regular and ongoing support to ensure job sustainability. The Employment Support Service (DES-ESS) helps permanent job seekers with disabilities find employment and needs regular and ongoing assistance in the workplace to keep a job. Jobseekers with disabilities may have a number of different needs to prepare for work.

Reclink Australia works with each DES participant to meet their individual needs.