Better Together is a community responsive organisation that supports people with Mental Health Issues and Disabilities in the Moreton Bay Region. Delivering 2 services our Better Supports service and Better Employment
Better Together is a registered National Disability insurance Scheme (NDIS) service provider. We provide innovative services and supports for people with a disability and mental health issues in a 1:1 setting. including;
- Accessing community
- Supports in the home
- Job Readiness skills and training
- Supported holidays
- Supports in your employment
- Daily Living skill development
- Travel/transport training
- Volunteering opportunities
- Paid employment
Better Together is also a funded Skilling Queensland for Work provider supporting long term employed individuals into employment.
Better Together is proud to be part of the Skilling Queenslanders for Work initiative, which helps eligible Queenslanders develop skills, gain qualifications and provide direct assistance to enter and stay in the workforce.
The programs we offer are:
- Better Outcomes – Certificate II in Retail Services
- Better Pathways – Certificate III in Individual Supports
- Better Futures – Certificate II in Tourism
For more information about our Skilling Queenslanders for Work programs, please click here.
Better Together believes that:
- The Moreton Bay Region is a better and richer community because of the inclusion and participation of people with a disability, that people living with disability can and do contribute to the development of the community.
- That Moreton Bay Citizens will go out of their way to welcome people with a disability.
- That there are many people in the Moreton Bay Region who would not only be willing, but who would bend over backwards, to make a positive change in the life of a person with a disability, if they were presented with the opportunity to do so.
- That our community is asset and leadership rich and that our role is to bridge this to community need.
- That people with a disability are entitled to a lifestyle which is based on the same rights and opportunities as other citizens.
- That people with disabilities, with varying amounts of assistance, can participate as equals in the social, economic and civic life of the community.