How we fund our organisation

Willing & Able provides meaningful employment and personal growth opportunities for adults with intellectual disabilities largely through our commercial businesses - which not only generate our operating revenue, but also employ our 30 people. However, as commercial markets become increasingly competitive, the support of the public and business sector is more vital than ever.

Employment Opportunities

Do you qualify to work with Willing & Able?

In order to qualify you must:

  • have a mild to moderate intellectual disability as your primary disability
  • possess a certain amount of independence for daily job requirements, with training and support
  • be over 16 years of age
  • be willing to work a minimum of 8 hours per week

National Standards that apply to disability service providers:

  1. Rights: The service promotes individual rights to freedom of expression, self-determination and decision-making and actively prevents abuse, harm, neglect and violence.

  2. Participation and Inclusion: The service works with individuals and families, friends and carers to promote opportunities for meaningful participation and active inclusion in society.

  3. Individual Outcomes: Services and supports are assessed, planned, delivered and reviewed to build on individual strengths and enable individuals to reach their goals.

  4. Feedback and Complaints: Regular feedback is sought and used to inform individual and organisation-wide service reviews and improvement.

  5. Service Access: The service manages access, commencement and leaving a service in a transparent, fair, equal and responsive way.

  6. Service Management: The service has effective and accountable service management and leadership to maximise outcomes for individuals.