SLES stands for School Leaver Employment Supports ; these supports are funded by the NDIS to assist school leavers with disability to prepare for, and take part in work.
Where the participant has work capacity but may need more time to navigate their career pathways and to feel confident in accessing disability employment service providers.
School Leaver Employment Supports are designed to build up a participant’s skills and confidence before entering the workforce. Helping people with disabilities to prepare for, find and maintain employment.
The NDIS funds School Leaver Employment Supports for up to two years after finishing school, depending on the individuals’ circumstances and employment goals.
We work with you, to choose the supports you want!
At Hands on People we will work with you 1-1 and in small group situations to identify your employment goals. We will then work with you to design your support program – giving you choice and control over the supports you want to use.
Territorians getting the help they need, faster.
Get answers to the top questions participants and caregivers have before working with Hands On People.
The NDIS is the National Disability Insurance Scheme. It’s how people under the age of 65 who have a disability can get the care and supports they need.
The NDIS is for those with a permanent and significant disability which impacts on their ability to take part in everyday activities.
If you’re eligible, you will work out the reasonable and necessary supports you need to live your life and achieve your goals. You’ll then receive funding to pay for these supports.
Find more information on the NDIS website.
We help Territorians living with a disability to get the right support faster.
Enjoy life. Feel secure. Greater control.