Kyle Clancy is no ordinary woodworker. The skilled Hervey Bay craftsman lives with an intellectual disability, and he spends his days turning slabs of timber into unique pieces of furniture. Kyle learnt woodworking during high school. He had some experience with hand tools but hadn’t yet been … Read more about Kyle carves out a future at Dundowran Engineering
Some people are lucky enough to discover their passion from an early age and know exactly what they want to do when they grow up. For William Seymour (Will) he always knew that he wanted to work outdoors with animals. “I am more of an outdoor person. I’m really into fishing and hunting. I have … Read more about Will snaps up childhood dream job at Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures
Like many Year 12 students Josh spent 2020 thinking about what his future would look like and what career path he would take. This led to Josh registering with EPIC Assist (EPIC) Cairns in June 2020. After discussing Josh’s interests, skills and goals his Employment Consultant, Narelle, suggested … Read more about Dusting off history is serving Josh well
Alex’s smile and positive aura made him the perfect face to represent EPIC Assist (EPIC) in a new marketing campaign. His journey has shown how a strong work ethic and supportive workplace leads to meaningful, long-lasting employment. Alex came to EPIC over 4 years ago and landed his first role … Read more about Caboolture participant Alex becomes a face of EPIC!
After being unemployed for almost a year and a half Laurence has found the perfect role working for Rockpool Residential Aged Care in Morayfield. Laurence has been working as a personal carer for the residents for five months now and could not be happier. “I love helping the residents with … Read more about Very caring and naturally kind: Laurence is the perfect candidate for the aged care sector
After working as a bartender for most of his professional life, Kai ended up landing a job in one of the most unexpected industries and he couldn’t be happier. Kai first connected with EPIC Assist (EPIC) Hobart in 2017 looking for extra support finding work. Kai has a learning disability and … Read more about The unexpected place Kai found his dream job
After being diagnosed with epilepsy at the age of 30, James, a father and grandfather from the Tweed region was unemployed for 18 years. At the time of the diagnosis, James was a rugby league player working at a commercial laundry. His seizures and diagnosis meant he lost his job, and his future … Read more about Employed after 18 years on the side lines
The right person in the right role: a formula that has proven true for Taylah and her employer, Technology for Ageing and Disabled QLD (TADQ). TADQ is 40-year-old organisation in QLD that specialises in customised equipment for all ages. The organisation sources everything from walkers and … Read more about Taylah stands out as the perfect match for TADQ