These 3 video’s were developed by Ticket to Work for parents and families of secondary students with disability to support their child in the transition from school to employment.
Video 1: Golden Rules
Video 2: Developing a Vision for the future
Video 3: How to get from here to there
Channel 7 Sunrise has Ticket to Work on their Feel Good Friday segment
ABC Breakfast interviews NDS’s CEO David Moody and Ticket to Work participant Jack Voltz
Work is a fundamental part of adult life and NDS's 'Ticket To Work' inititative, works to provide employment opportunities for young people with disability. Ticket To Work has helped over 1400 high school students transition into paid work. Check out Jack's "can-do" attitude and the work he's doing at a Melbourne nursery. "It's not the disability that's preventing people like Jack from working at places like this, it's the attitude of others to that disability, the way our community responds to disability and in fact stigmatises it." – NDS CEO, David Moody.#Employment #Disability #NDIS Find out more about Ticket To Work at: http://www.tickettowork.org.au/
Posted by National Disability Services on Tuesday, 21 January 2020
The above video provides six different perspectives about participating in Ticket to Work.
This video profiles Ticket to Work. The video features short interviews with a variety of program partners including employers, students, school staff and partner organisations.
This video was produced by Sandringham College media students in 2012.
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.
This Video created by the NDIA profiles Oni, a Ticket to Work participant in the Perth Hills region and part of NDIS trial. The Ticket to Work network supported Oni to take on an School based Traineeship at the Westpac bank.