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However, for Jordan and Ashley it also signifies a drastic change that can become overwhelming.  They’re both Year 12 school students living with disability and are  wondering what their next step after school will be. The good news is that BUSY Health’s School Leaver Employment Support (SLES) can assist.
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SLES with BUSY Health offers individualised support for up to 2 years after finishing Year 12 to help Jordan and Ashley transition from school and achieve their goals – whether that be help to find work, undertake further study, or foundational skills for employment.
Support is tailored to meet Jordan and Ashley’s employment goals and to develop their skills for independence. SLES offers a mix of group and individual support activities as well as opportunities for Ashley and Jordan to participate in work experience as they progress on their journey towards paid employment.
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SLES is open to NDIS participants who are either preparing to depart school or have recently graduated and seek additional support as they transition into the world of work. If a student with a disability is leaving school and is not an NDIS participant, they need to meet NDIS eligibility criteria and submit an access request.
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School Leaver Employment Support

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Suite 6/45 Nind Street Southport QLD 4215

PO BOX 303 
Southport QLD 4215

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