Receiving positive feedback from our supported employees is one of the most rewarding aspects of our business.
Here are just a few of our success stories from our wonderful supported employees.
After struggling with fluctuating work for years, Bianca sought something stable and rewarding. Bianca’s mum found an ad for Mobo Group in the newspaper and suggested that Bianca try it out.
Kelvin had passed a cleaning services course but had difficulty securing employment. He felt that many organisations were worried about taking on an employee with a disability.
Brian had been looking for a job with a recruitment agency for some time. He was only looking for something temporary at first that was easily accessible by bus from his home in
Jesse was unsatisfied with his previous employer, he did not enjoy the work environment and found it difficult to commute to work. He heard about Mobo Group through friends and now works here
Genelle has worked at Mobo Group Oakden since 2015. She used to love saying hello to everyone when she would drop her housemate off each day, so when her support staff encouraged
Meet Shane who after living at home with his mum for two years decided to return to work. Shane had previously worked at Mobo Group in 2013 and then moved to other employment that didn’t stick.
In the past, Emma had difficulties maintaining employment due to her inability to learn tasks at the pace desired by her managers. As such, she only lasted a couple of months at previous jobs as
Marc joined the Mobo Group team in 2015 after his previous workplace closed down. This was a challenging time in his life as he did not like change and was finding it difficult to find another
Sam Reid is a Supported Employee based at our Mount Barker site “In Stitches”. Sam had a goal to learn how to sew an “In Stitches” Wheat bag. Due to Sam’s visual impairment, Sam found it difficult
In the past, Tim had difficulties finding employment as he believed he lacked experience and skills required for each job. He could not work in fast-paced environments, such as McDonalds
Meet our incredible supported employee Alistair. Despite his learning difficulties and troubles remembering new tasks he has worked at Mobo Group for 20 years. He started with our Lawns &
Meet one of our hardworking NDIS Participants Will who came to our Mobo Group site in Berri seeking support to develop his independent living skills so that he could reach his goal to move out
Matt's journey with us began in 2011 as a trainee from the Murray Bridge Special School. Matt came to us with a strong desire to improve his communication skills and confidence so he
Jesse had always struggled with his confidence at work, often finding ways to avoid the difficult tasks. That was until he began working at our Salvage & Save Windmill Hill site 2 years ago.