atWork Australia are thrilled to announce our Disability Employment Services (DES) team in Tasmania have appointed Natasha Street as a dedicated ‘Community Engagement Consultant’ for the Launceston region. Natasha has joined the atWork Australia DES team to support people living with disability, injury or health condition find sustainable work. Within her role Natasha will work…

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In early 2018, 28-year-old James, from Altona Meadows in western Melbourne, was having difficulties physically with stiffness and pain in his legs and joints. He took some time off from his job but after feeling better and returning, he was advised his job was to be made redundant. Shortly after, James was diagnosed with Multiple…

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The landscape in Australia has dramatically changed over the last few months. The surge of COVID-19 has significantly changed our daily practices at work, at home and within our local community. With employers across the nation rapidly learning the best ways to manoeuvre forward, not only for their businesses but to support their valuable employees…

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37-year-old David had spent much of his career as a farmhand in WA until a cancer diagnosis changed his world. David was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma, a form of muscular-skeletal cancer, and had to undergo several surgeries including two hip replacements. He spent the next 18 months of his life receiving treatment and recovering his health.…

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atWork Australia are thrilled to announce our Disability Employment Services (DES) team in Tasmania have appointed Natasha Street as a dedicated ‘Community Engagement Consultant’ for the Launceston region. Natasha has joined the atWork Australia DES team to support people living with disability, injury or health condition find sustainable work. Within her role Natasha will work…

Read more

In early 2018, 28-year-old James, from Altona Meadows in western Melbourne, was having difficulties physically with stiffness and pain in his legs and joints. He took some time off from his job but after feeling better and returning, he was advised his job was to be made redundant. Shortly after, James was diagnosed with Multiple…

Read more

The landscape in Australia has dramatically changed over the last few months. The surge of COVID-19 has significantly changed our daily practices at work, at home and within our local community. With employers across the nation rapidly learning the best ways to manoeuvre forward, not only for their businesses but to support their valuable employees…

Read more

37-year-old David had spent much of his career as a farmhand in WA until a cancer diagnosis changed his world. David was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma, a form of muscular-skeletal cancer, and had to undergo several surgeries including two hip replacements. He spent the next 18 months of his life receiving treatment and recovering his health.…

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