Watch this video resource to find out how to share information about your mental health with prospective or current employers. Key points include:
With Auslan interpreter:
General information on transitioning to work; internships and mentoring opportunities for students with disabilities.
GradWISE is a graduate program, developed by WISE Employment in conjunction with Australian Universities. The program is designed to empower graduates and tertiary students living with a disability, mental, physical health condition or injury aspire, develop and thrive in graduate and entry level employment.
For more information visit: https://wiseemployment.com.au/gradwise/
To download the GradWise student Brochure click here.
Having a conversation with your manager about your mental health can feel daunting. You might be worried about negative reactions or being treated differently, or just unsure of what to say. You’re generally under no obligation to tell your employer about your condition, but making them aware means you’ll be able to access any support you need. Remember that people are unable to help if they don’t know what’s going on.
Click here to find out more: http://bit.ly/havingtheconversation
A great resource covering most aspects of working while managing disability/mental health condition. It is a collaboration between NDCO and Western Sydney Uni.
You can also make a complaint or seek advice from: