Our staff are the key to why people like about our services. They are highly skilled professionals committed to supporting children and young people living with disability to be part of everyday life in their community.
At Lifestart we provide a specific training and clinical supervision program for our early years staff, to further develop key clinical and professional skills related to working with children and young people with disabilities and their families. We offer targeted training, resource sharing, supervision, networking, and peer support.
What our early years staff have to say about working at Lifestart
“It’s been great to have a small group that you’re on the same journey and at the same stage with”.
“It was so inclusive from the beginning, there was so much collaboration which is amazing”.
“It’s lovely to have that personal relationship with the family and to have families ring you and say they’re really happy with you”.
“And obviously we have become friends as well, not just colleagues”.
“It was that little group that made us feel like we were actually becoming therapists and key workers. I never thought that there would be so much connection between the disciplines”.
“It was really nice that everyone said, ‘please ask as many questions as you want … That stuck with me from the induction period. I have not had that experience in any other job I have been in”.
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Be part of a team of passionate, skilled professionals committed to supporting children and young people living with disability to be part of everyday life in their community. Visit our careers page for job opportunities and more information on working at Lifestart.
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