General Disability Services
My Future: My Life is a ground-breaking initiative which encourages and supports Queensland secondary students with a disability to prepare and plan for their life after school. We do this by offering the following support options for students, their parents and carers, educators and disability professionals.
Workshops for parents, educators and disability professionals to build their knowledge and capacity to assist students to identify, capture, plan for and pursue their goals for life after school. To find a workshop in your area go to the Events page at www.myfuturemylife.com.au
Transition Preparation Support for secondary students with disability from Years 7 – 12 (and their parents) to identify their strengths, interests and capacities and to use these to guide their planning for life after school through dedicated Transition Preparation Sessions. Families will get the most benefit from Transition Preparation Support if they have attended a Workshop.
Financial Assistance for students with a disability in years 11 and 12 (or year 10 in some rural and remote locations) to purchase resources needed to pursue their goals for life after school.
For more information
Visit our website: www.myfuturemylife.com.au
Phone 1300 697 526
Email: [email protected]
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Access Fee No fee
Age Ranges All ages
Other Requirements Supporting Students with disability in secondary schools throughout Qld
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