Rebuilding Your Confidence
Living with a disability has left you feeling unconfident about your abilities. You feel very stressed and anxious while looking for a job as you don’t understand what benefits an employer can gain from you. You want clarity on these aspects so you can focus on building a strong career.
Structuring Support Strategies
You need additional systems in place to make your job application attractive to employers, but you have no idea where to begin, which job portal to use, or what strategy to apply to improve your chances. You’re unaware of assistive technologies and support services that will benefit you once you secure paid employment.
Communicating Your Rights
Negotiating doesn’t end at salaries and general benefits for you. You need to negotiate adjustments at the workplace that will normalize your routines, but you’re afraid to have such conversations as you’re worried it’s a big ask. Feeling safe is a right that you don’t realize you’re entitled to have.
“Where do I begin. Sarlie has been great, not only with being able to help me look for work but also giving me the confidence and belief that anything is possible with the lack of vision I currently have. Sarlie has also offered her own personal time if I had any questions or concerns about anything which I will forever be grateful for. Thank you Sarlie.”
“From the first contact Sarlie made me feel at ease and could relate to all I was feeling and going through. From that very first meeting up until this point in time, even though I am now out of her area of support she is still giving me assistance over and above what would normally be expected.
Without Sarlie I would no doubt be in a worse mental state and nowhere near my living and working standard that I am today.
Thanks Sarlie very much.”
“Working with Sarlie to achieve my goals to become an independent member of the workforce was amazing. Sarlie is an amazing consultant and very understanding and catering…She taught me how to do resumes and cover letters, tips and tricks for my interview as well as helping to set up a pre-interview to calm my nerves and get ready for what to expect in the interview.”