Cormet joined Good Samaritan Industries in September 2014. Initially he was employed in the Canning Vale recycling plant. Through Cormet’s annual employment plan review her was able to identify that he would like to trial working in a retail setting.
Cormet transferred to the Cannington Good Sammy Store for a 3 month trial. Very early on it was identified that Cormet would need more intensive support to be able to learn the new skills required for his new role. Through his planner from NDIA (Perth Hills Trial site) Cormet was able to access short term funding over 6 months for more intensive support.
Under 1:1 support Cormet was able to learn the new tasks and build on his skills and become more independent.
In January 2016 Cormet no longer needed 1:1 support and was able to transition well into two full days per week without the need for 1:1 support. Cormet is doing really well and continuing to enjoy his role at Good Sammy, Well done Cormet - all of your hard work has paid off.

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