Assist or Access and Maintain Employment

Kingdom Nations Care Assistance and Access to Maintain Employee program offers support to those who are looking to secure a job and maintain their employment. This may include learning critical job-related skills such as resume writing and interviewing. With all available resources, participants are also encouraged to set goals such as gaining certifications or taking up a course or a university.

Kingdom Nations Care can assist Individuals and groups utilise and connect with professional networks to locate and contact employers through the Assist Access/Maintain Employee program. The NDIS can also access employment support to learn critical skills for thriving in the modern economy. You will get as much employer support as possible which will also be encouraged in this area, with training and other programs aiding employees to reach their full potential.

Access/Maintain Employ is a service that helps job seekers, school leavers and NDIS participants find employment. 

Our services include:

  • Pre- and post-employment job support,
  • Supporting further education and training for participants.
  • Support individually or in a group to prepare for job interviews including preparation,  resume writing, and practice interview questions 
  • Group job preparation and support to help school leavers find employment, enabling a smooth transition from school to the job market
  • Support to maintain your employment

The Assist Access/Maintain Employ program provides support for individuals looking for jobs and for those who have a job, but are experiencing challenges in their day-to-day functioning.

Individuals participating in this program may be eligible for the following supports:

  • Individualized employment supports,
  • Workplace accommodations,
  • Peer support from other people living with disabilities who are working in the workplace,
  • Mental health support and access to training around how employers can make their workplaces more inclusive.






QUOTE: “I have a Disability yes that’s true, but all that really means is I may have to take a slightly different path than you.” – Robert M. Hensel


NDIS Employment Assistance

People we support


We support those who are or have:

Low Vision

By "low vision" we are referring to people who have a visual impairment but have some usable sight. This includes some people who are "legally" blind and require:

  • Large print handouts, signs, equipment labels
  • Seating where the lighting is best
  • Work assignments in electronic format
  • Computer with enlarged screen images

Hearing Impairments

Some people who have hearing impairments may hear at a functional level with the assistance of amplification devices such as hearing aids. Others hear only specific frequencies, sounds within a certain volume range, or nothing at all.

  • Interpreters, real-time captions, FM systems, note takers
  • Electronic mail
  • Visual aids, visual warning systems for emergencies
  • Face intern when speaking; talk to the intern rather than the interpreter
  • Written work assignments
  • Repeat questions and statements from other employees during meetings

Speech Impairment

Some disabilities affect the ability to speak. Computer-based speech output systems provide an alternative voice for some people who cannot speak. Since electronic mail does not require the ability to speak, it provides an efficient medium for communication.

  • Electronic Mail
  • Concentrate on what the person is saying
  • If you don't understand, ask and repeat back
  • Take as much time as necessary to communicate
  • Ask questions that require short answers or a nod of the head when appropriate


Our Services


Kingdom Nations Care Services include the following, but are not limited to:

  • We mentor you to Prepare, plan and take action (PPA) Preparation is everything. Planning is the map you follow to get there. Taking action gets you in the door of achievement and success.
  • We show you how to prepare you for employment including supporting you to write a Curriculum Vitate (CV) Cover letter
  • We support you and prepare you for the interview by practicing questions you are likely to be asked in the interview depending on the Job you apply for
  • We explore your current skillset or can support you to learn a new skill through on-the-job training or study an education facility
  • We support and prepare your transition from school to the workplace
  • We mentor you and show you simple steps to set realistic goals and how to achieve them
  • We support you to build confidence and communication skills
  • We support you by communicating with other service providers on your behalf and with your consent
  • We support you by working alongside you and your support worker or support person individually or in a group setting
  • We support you before you are employed, after you are employed, and while you are employed - and focus on retaining it.
  • We help you overcome any barriers and challenges and find solutions and strategies to implement that will benefit you 


"Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work." - Thomas Edison


Never believe that a few caring people can't change the world, for indeed, that's all who ever have.

Margaret Mead

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