Secondary Partnerships and Pathways

We provide parents with support and opportunities to engage in the process (formerly known as Post School Options).  We are building a timeline from year 9 through to year 13 that will assist families in planning for a smooth transition from school to the community.

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List of ATE Providers:

Rise (used to be called Hills Community Care) is based in Middle Swan but has community activities in the Swan/Mundaring shires.

http://www.risenetwork.com.au/services/people-with-disability/education-work/

Interwork has an office in Midland and a community based programme.

http://www.interwork.com.au/

Crosslinks has an office in Midland and has a community based programme.

http://www.crosslinksinc.org.au/program02.htm

We Can Community Services has an office in Midland and a community based programme.

http://www.wecan.net.au/services.html

Workpower is based in Osborne Park but they will visit across Perth to design a programme for individuals. They have a disability and mental health focus. They have offered specialised holiday programmes for children with Autism.

http://workpowerdisabilitycare.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Workpower040_Community_2pp_A4_Flyer_LR.pdf

Autism Association in West Perth is a specialised service. 

http://www.autism.org.au/services-we-provide/community-options.aspx

Activ has an ATE programme.

http://www.activ.asn.au/services-support/alternatives-to-employment-and-post-school-options

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