Depending on your situation, here are some resources you might find useful during your studies and in finding a graduate role when you finish your degree.

1. Disability Support Services at La Trobe University

Disability support staff can assist you in assessing your needs and provide support so you can participate at university fully and to the best of your ability.

2. Information for students who have an Autism Spectrum Disorder

Here’s some general information designed to assist you in your journey at university.

3. Choose Your Path – Disclosure: It’s a Personal Decision

Information about options and pathways to do with disclosing your disability in post-secondary education and the workplace.

4. Careers for Graduates with Disability

Graduate Careers Australia provides profiles of graduates, advice on disclosure, information on finding employment as a graduate, working to your strengths and managing your needs in the workplace.

5. Australian Network on Disability

This not-for-profit organisation advances the inclusion of people with disability in all aspects of business. It assists organisations in welcoming people with disability as employees, customers and suppliers. Their website includes fact sheets on employment-related issues and links to major disability organisations.

If you are planning to do an internship,  take a look at their Stepping Into… program.

6. CRS Australia

CRS is a leading provider of disability employment and assessment services for people who have disabilities, injuries or health conditions.

7. JobAccess

This Commonwealth Government service provides information for employers, job seekers, employees with disabilities and their co-workers. JobAccess provides advice on every stage of the employment process including preparing to look for work, how to look for jobs and how to access support in the workplace.

8. Australian Human Rights Commission

The Australian Human Rights Commission assists individuals and organisations in understanding their rights and their legal responsibilities. It conducts public inquiries, negotiates disability guidelines and standards, supports organisations in developing Disability Action Plans and runs community education programs.