Australian youth are our future leaders, decision-makers, parents, and teachers, and as such need to be given the opportunities and access to information and training needed to develop into these roles.
A growing proportion of young adults are unable to find themselves these opportunities, and are becoming demotivated by the current processes used in an attempt to rectify this.
For those unable to proceed into further education or into existing work structures we are proposing a number of programmes building around each individual’s interests.
We propose creating teams that assist and train in the fields of Horticulture, Agriculture, Aged Care, Construction, Child Care, Catering, & Nursing – virtually every field where there is a need to assist others as part of an upskilling of individuals working towards eventually going into independent or private sector full-time employment.
The EAP believe that Young Adults with Disabilities currently residing in Aged Care facilities need custom built facilities that can cater to their intellectual and emotional needs outside of those offered in the Aged Care system. We will dedicate all necessary resources to develop this structure within Australia as part of our overall Health system improvements.
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