Working in Disability is one of the most rewarding career paths you can take. If you’re a highly empathetic person who believes in helping others a job in the Disability sector might be right for you.
To succeed in this career you will be compassionate and patient, you must also possess excellent communication skills and a desire to help people who need it. This is a growing industry requiring workers to fulfil a range of responsibilities, from being a full-time carer to working on a casual basis in assisting those who are disabled.
Here’s a snapshot of what you can expect when you choose a career in Disability.
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