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TTW OE Outcomes.

Jobsupport's 13 sites all achieved a star rating of 5.00 in DSS's March 2017 Star Ratings.  The March 2017 ratings are the last publicly available ratings.  Star Ratings for every service in Australia are available on the DEEWR website. (Best viewed with Internet Explorer or Safari)
DSS have published the employment outcomes for all Australian services by type of disability. This data is available on the DEEWR website. Inclusion Australia has consolidated the results for every service.
See the Jobsupport Star Ratings Update - Sydney and Jobsupport Star Ratings Update - Melbourne for details

TTW OE Outcomes.

ADHC publishes TTW Service results annually.  The latest data release shows the outcomes achieved by 2012 school leavers at the end of their TTW program. Approximately 40% of the Open Employment placements in Sydney were through Jobsupport.  (For the 2006 Open Employment outcome results for Metro North click here and for Metro South click here.)
See Jobsupport TTW Outcomes Factsheet.
Donations and Support
For more than 20 years Jobsupport has assisted people with a significant intellectual disability to achieve independence and dignity through a worthwhile job in open employment.


There are a number of different ways you can help Jobsupport give people with an intellectual disability an opportunity to work.

In achieving open employment, people with an intellectual disability gain a feeling of belonging, independence, higher self esteem and opportunities for a better social life.

Make a Donation or Bequest

Give through Workplace Giving

Corporate Support

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ImageNick Works In the City...
In 1987 at 18 years of age Nick was encouraged to leave his sheltered workshop employment and join Jobsupport. Jobsupport helped Nick find full time employment as a kitchen hand at Grace Bros. cafeteria, Broadway. At first Nick couldn't speak to anyone but within a few months Nick's shy silence gave way to self-confidence and a sense of job fulfillment. After two years of employment Nick grew in confidence and saved enough money to travel to Greece alone to meet up with his family. 20 years on Nick is still with the Jobsupport program and is happily working at McDonalds in the city centre.





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