Finding & Keeping a Job


What does Finding & Keeping a Job involve?

Finding and Keeping a Job is a type of capacity building support available through the your NDIS plan, for things like:

  • Vocational assessments to identify appropriate job options for you
  • Workplace assessments to identify any modifications or adaptations required to the tasks or environment
  • Vocational counselling

What we offer (including our registered NDIS categories):

LiveBig is registered for the following NDIS category for finding & keeping a job:

Registration Group NameSupport Category No.Support Category NameSupport Item No.Support Item Description
Therapeutic Supports128Therapeutic Supports15_056_0128_1_3Assessment, Recommendation, Therapy And/Or Training (Incl. AT) - Other Therapy

We collaborate with you and your support team to establish clear goals within your NDIS therapy plan. We regularly review progress and assess outcomes, setting new objectives along the way, ensuring that you are always advancing to the next level.

We treat all plan options the same – whether you are self-managed, plan-managed or NDIA managed. To provide the best possible service, we also offer flexible arrangements.

We involve you and your carers in the decision-making process at every step of the way, ensuring you get the most from your NDIS plan.

Why would you need Finding & Keeping a Job as part of your NDIS plan?

An individual might need Finding & Keeping a Job services as part of your NDIS plan if you are trying to successfully engage in employment. These supports may help to provide relevant assessments and recommendations to obtain appropriate work, or to support you to maintain work through tailored strategies that meet your needs.

How we provide Finding & Keeping a Job services?

LiveBig understands that all clients have different needs. Therefore, we partner with you to develop tailored programs to suit your needs and preferences, ensuring that there are minimal barriers to successfully obtaining and retaining employment. We offer the following types of consultations:

  • Face-to-face appointments and consultations
  • Site-based environmental assessments
  • Virtual or telehealth consultations (including video conferencing, online platforms, and phone consultations)
  • Training workshops and webinars

Our hourly rate is in line with the NDIS price guide.

Step 1

You contact us or are referred to us

Step 2

We complete the referral process and set up a service agreement with you

Step 3

We email you a welcome pack

Step 4

We book your first appointment

Step 5

Your services start at home or via telehealth (we also contact a safe home visiting assessment)

Step 6

We ensure we regularly check-in

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