Quality Employment Services

A workshop that gives providers in the supported employment area an opportunity to reflect on their service and how they might improve the quality of service delivery for people with a learning disability or mental illness

One day Event

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      Presenters from People First New Zealand, Nga Tangata Tuatahi and Depression Support Network, Tu-o -pae ki Te Aro Marama will facilitate the workshop and will share evidence gathered from people who have interacted with supported employment providers , on what works.

      The workshop will cover:

      • what relationships that are respectful, person centred and person driven look like
      • approaches that work to assist people to think about and develop employment goals and aspirations
      • approaches that people find helpful and respectful
      • unhelpful approaches and ways of working that create barriers
      • frustrations that people experience in their interactions with employment support providers
      • working effectively with other agencies
      • what other external factors may be present in a person's life that may be barriers to employment.

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