Response to the Inquiry into Mental Health Barriers to Education, Training and Employment Participation

Response to the Inquiry into Mental Health Barriers to Education, Training and Employment Participation Report

  • Author(s): NESA (National Employment Services Association),
  • Published: 2011
  • Publisher: National Employment Services Association

Abstract: This submission focuses on identified opportunities for improvements to strengthen the current performance of employment and related service provision for people with mental ill-health. It also highlights broad areas where Government strategies are vital to overcome barriers such as myths and misconceptions which deter the private sector from being better engaged in providing opportunities for inclusion and participation which would benefit the lives of those experiencing and supporting people with mental ill-health.

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NESA (National Employment Services Association),, 2011, Response to the Inquiry into Mental Health Barriers to Education, Training and Employment Participation, Report, viewed 18 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=4500.

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