Mark Collett and Amy Johnson – achieving employment goals

Founding employees at The Plant Room Café in Wollongong, Mark and Amy join Carol and Ed in this conversation to talk about the huge benefits of workplace inclusion, the development of job skills and being gainfully employed.
As well as great food and coffee The Plant Room Café provides jobs and support to people with disability to work and gain the skills they need to succeed and lead a career in hospitality. Mark and Amy talk us through their employment goals, the skills they have developed and the great ideas they have for the future and tell us how their success in this important area of life has increased their confidence, their independence and allowed them to really enjoy the other things they love in life including holidays, hot rods and jewellery.


Originally published as Mark Collett and Amy Johnson - achieving employment goals at Labelling The Disabling

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Nicole Jurewicz


Nicole Jurewicz is the Policy Research Associate at the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD). Nicole conducts research and supports the public policy and advocacy team to advance opportunities for individuals with learning disabilities.   Prior to joining NCLD, Nicole was a middle school math teacher. She also has worked as a Research Assistant with Transition […]
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