During the June school holiday period, EPIC Assist initiated our second school holiday intensive training sessions. These sessions are designed to assist our school trainee and apprentices to have additional face to face time with their trainer and tutors to enhance their learning and completion of … Read more about EPIC does school holidays differently
This week EPIC visited Orange Sky Laundry to donate toiletry care packs for distribution via their laundry and shower vans to their friends on the street. EPIC CEO Bill Gamack met with Orange Sky CEO Jo Westh in December 2016 and was very impressed by her passion for helping friends in need. Both … Read more about EPIC donates to Orange Sky’s friends on the street
EPIC Assist (EPIC) was proud to provide funding to Shaping Outcomes for their Let’s Play Group, which helps vulnerable families and their children with disability in the Tweed community. With assistance from EPIC, children and families attend the playgroup at no cost and when they feel confident, … Read more about EPIC helps shape outcomes for children with disability
Two IT experts are helping boost career prospects for people with autism through an innovative new software testing program. EPIC Testability Academy (ETA) is the brainchild of Dr Lee Hawkins and Paul Seaman, both of whom are passionate about increasing workplace diversity while filling a gap in … Read more about EPIC collaborates with IT experts to boost career prospects for people with autism
EPIC has proven their commitment to the local community by connecting with The Breakfast Club Redcliffe. Running since 2003, the Breakfast Club currently serves in excess of 500 meals a month to those in need of a helping hand. Regular guests include homeless people, and individuals or families with … Read more about EPIC supports local cornerstone charity The Breakfast Club
Tim Stockley may have only been on the job for six weeks, but he’s hit the ground running in his new role at Griffith Graphics. “We thought it might have taken him a bit longer to get the hang of things, but Tim has quickly adjusted to work here,” said Griffith Graphics owner Graham … Read more about Griffith Graphics encourages businesses to embrace diversity
A catastrophic car accident in 2010 left Dr Dinesh Palipana with quadriplegia. Despite having the odds stacked against him, Dinesh graduated with a medical degree in 2016 and this year commenced his medical internship. “No matter what you’re doing in life, if you’re working towards your passion … Read more about “I’m not a huge fan of the word disability”
The Disability Confidence Survey Report reflects a positive shift in disability awareness levels among small to medium enterprises, but concerns remain that this increased awareness is not translating into positive action for people with disability. The survey is operated by the Australian … Read more about How disability confident is your workplace?