Link December 2018 Volume 27 Issue 6 - Page 59

Working for Shane Unisson Disability client Shane His father, Daya, expresses how Doowage is a dedicated much the job means to Shane: “Pack and is building his skills for Shane, he looks forward to going Works is much more than a job to employee at Unisson Works, there every day. There have been success each day. U instances on public holidays where we’ve had to take Shane to work just nisson Works provides to show him it was closed. That’s how supported employment to much he enjoys his time at work and people with disability while wants to be there. delivering commercial solutions to “We’ve seen Shane mature a growing list of customers through working at Pack Works. He’s its two business units: mail and developed into a reliable adult with packaging business Pack Works, the responsibility of his job and, as his proud of Shane and how far he and lawn and garden care business parents, we love seeing his social skills has come since finding meaningful Ground Works. and communication progress too.” employment with Unisson Works. Shane (pictured right) is an Not only is Shane earning a wage, The Doowage family are incredibly “This job means the world to enthusiastic employee of Pack Works, he is now using public transport to get Shane and, for our family, we love and feels a great sense of pride when to work, and independently going to seeing him so happy,” Daya said. he gets ready for work each morning. the local café for his coffee break. Are you looking for work? MJP Employment Services take action to find sustainable jobs for people with disability. We can offer assistance with: Work experience Job interviews Communication Work attire Resume writing Travel training Presentation skills Supervisors Phone (08) 7325 0027 Making jobs possible employment 59