The Mai-Wel Group Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing
- The Mai-Wel Group has 132 Employees.
- The Mai-Wel Group currently has 1 job openings.
What Is The Mai-Wel Group?
The Mai-Wel Group is one of the larger Disability Service Providers in the Lower Hunter Region, providing services and programs to more than 800 clients across nine Local Government Areas. The Mai-Wel Group employs more than 170 local support and administrative staff in addition to 110 local supported employees. The ethos of The Mai-Wel Group carries throughout the organisation from management and staff, and on to clients. Mai-Wel is focused on creating and delivering vibrant, innovative services and successful businesses which provide opportunities for people with a disability to achieve their dreams and goals for life. Mai-Wel commenced operations in 1960. A proud 50+ year history has led the organisation to be one of the largest providers of services to people with a disability in the Hunter. Today it is recognised that people with a disability, their families and carers are able to choose the activities, times and venues for the chosen options provided for the best life outcome for the person. Mai-Wel is committed to providing the highest quality service for each individual, delivering variety with enthusiasm to make each day a step toward achieving the life goals and dreams of the people central to our purpose — people with a disability. Mai-Wel champions individual decision making and choice Throughout the years the tireless efforts of community groups, families and individuals have seen these humble beginnings develop into the independent organisation that exists today. The Mai-Wel Group currently provides services for people with a disability as well as the wider community in; -Supported employment -Supported residential living -Employment - recruitment and support -Job skills training -Respite services -Community access programs -Accommodation Support Programs -Training Services -Day Activity Programs Disability Service Provider, Community Access Programs, Supported Employment, Job skills training, Specialist Employment Servicekeywords:N/A