JobCo. has so many choices under the NDIS...
If you are applying for the NDIS or have become a client of the NDIS then JobCo. can assist you to identify what you need. We have a wide experience, including: counselling, case management, group work, peer support, education sessions about looking after yourself and breaking down social isolation.
JobCo. NDIS is registered to provide the following:
JobCo. NDIS Mentors are well-qualified with lots of experience.
JobCo. specialises in disability support (especially mental health) so has qualified counsellors, psychologists, social workers, occupational therapists. Some JobCo. Mentors have lived experience or care for people with disabilities.
JobCo. takes an empowerment approach, coaching you to develop independence and control over your personal recovery journey. Streamlined intake processes and open friendly practices ensure customer satisfaction with the service you receive. And at any stage, if you are not happy, we want to know about it.
Let JobCo. NDIS deliver the service you want today.
All JobCo's services consider the social and emotional wellbeing of its clients to ensure the best outcome for you, whether it is employment, vocational education, being a carer, or traveling on your personal recovery journey.
JobCo's specialised staff are well-qualified to help you achieve your goals.
Please use the following links to navigate your way to our Mental Health Services:
Since 2007, JobCo. has assisted people with significant mental health issues to engage more with their community.
As the NDIS rolls out across Australia, the Personal and Helpers Mentors program is being wound down. JobCo Mentors can assist you to apply for the NDIS.
We consider the whole person when developing a recovery plan including: addiction, homelessness, past trauma, literacy levels, family history. Your personal goals and other support networks available are central to our approach.
Carers & Work is an initiative that recognises that carers of people with mental illness face particular barriers to pursuing vocational options such as training, studying, up-skilling and paid employment due to the unpredictability and episodic nature of mental illness.
Carers unable to participate in the workforce are impacted economically, emotionally and socially. They are more likely to experience poor mental health, financial stress and depression and have poorer physical health outcomes.
JobCo. can assist people seeking employment and support whilst maintaing their caring role by improving their confidence and overall wellbeing, with the aim to building better and strong relationships.
To speak to someone, call our Fitzroy office on (03) 9415 6088.