Watch Danielle's Story

Ticket to Work presents Danielle Tascas’s story, showcasing how connecting a student with disability to the world of work through a collaborative approach can have a positive impact for all involved.
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Matt Simson

Matt Simson has a passion for tinkering with engines and bringing new life to old machines. Matt has been repairing garden equipment and small motors since he left school. To learn more about engines Matt did the Certificate in Small Engines course at Chisholm Institute in 2012.
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Kyal Chamberlain

Kyal Chamberlain is a 19 year old student with autism and ADHD. He started out by making healthy treats for the family husky Apollo, which soon turned into a successful business with thousands of happy furry customers. Kyal began his micro-business ‘Kyal’s Doggy Delights’ when he was 16 years old.
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Elias pathway (so far)

Elias Joslin – is part of Ticket to Work, a partnership initiative to support young people with significant disability make a transition from school to work. Elias is a recent school leaver from Busselton who is working as a trolley collector while preparing for his future.
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Sarah Wardle

Sarah Wardle – Serco Employee Sarah enjoys working in the HR department for Serco at Fiona Stanley Hospital. Sarah works four days a week in a role that was specifically designed to maximise her skills and abilities. The job involves a range of tasks including the assembling of induction packages and greeting new staff.
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Ella’s Story

“It has helped her become more resilient and is building on her confidence when dealing with the many types of people she encounters.” High school students with disability are receiving the support they need to prepare for work and community life as part of an Australian-first project.
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NDIS School to Work - Overview

This Video created by NDIA profiles the work of Perth Hills Ticket to Work network working with NDIA in the School to Work pilot that provides students with 150 hours of customised employment support to assist them to transition in open employment or self-employment.