She was living with a shoulder injury and managing her mental health. Emma also had a young child she was the primary carer for.
Having not worked for a while, Emma was experiencing anxiety about returning to work and her self-confidence was low.
Izaac referred Emma to atWork Australia’s Allied Health services for additional support with her mental health and wellbeing.
Meanwhile, they worked together to look at job applications, updating Emma’s resume and practicing for potential interviews.
“Emma was initially really unsure if she would get into any kind of work at any time soon,” said Izaac.
After only a few applications and interviews, Emma was successful in landing part time work as a Kitchen Hand.
The atWork Australia team supported her to purchase the work-related clothing she needed to begin her new role.
“The work is an excellent fit for her with hours, as she is still able to work around caring for her son. Her confidence in herself has greatly improved,” said Izaac.
“With more income coming in, she is now planning a trip to Sydney with her child.”
“atWork Australia helped me with confidence and stepping out of my comfort zone, there is a calming approach to their support,” said Disability Employment Services client, Emma.
“Izaac helped me to step back out into society and has built my self-confidence up. I’ve got a future in employment now.”
Every year, atWork Australia help thousands of clients like Emma, expand their skills and qualifications to help them gain the right job with the right employer. Call us today on 1300 080 856 or enquire online to find out how we can help you meet your career goals