Guide to Becoming a Support


Support Worker Guide

Working as a Disability Support Worker can be an extremely rewarding career option.

As a Disability Support Worker, you will be providing care and assistance to people with physical and/or mental health disability.

You’ll be supporting people with disability to reach their individual goals, to become more independent and to get much more out of life.

This work can be challenging – but it is also extremely rewarding – knowing you are making a real difference to someone’s life – as well as the lives of their families and the communities in which they live – each-and-every day.

This guide provides a short overview of some of the things you need to know if you’d like to become a Disability Support Worker.

It includes information on required qualifications and checks, additional training to help you perform at your very best, how to apply for current roles, and future career path opportunities.

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