The Latest News from genU

Andrew builds independent life via supported employment

Working at genU Business where Andrew’s disability is embraced has helped him build confidence and an independent life.

New opportunities for Tasmanians living with disability

Tasmanian disability support provider Li-Ve Tasmania is set to unite with genU. The merger, effective 1 July 2023, will bring new opportunities for Tasmanians living with disability.

Hearing dog Honey provides life-changing support to Danielle

Finding a workplace where the talents of people with disability are recognised has been life-changing for genU employee Danielle and hearing dog Honey

How supported employment builds confidence and careers

Supported employment for people with disability and NDIS plans enables employees to earn and learn in an environment where they are set-up to succeed.

genU celebrates International Women’s Day

This International Women’s Day, genU is reflecting on and celebrating the achievements of women connected to genU and across Australia.

Later life literacy fuels Ros’s hope

Adult literacy and numeracy training had been part of an inspiring transformation for Ros who lives with an intellectual disability.

genU endorsed as a Disability Confident Recruiter

genU has demonstrated its commitment to accessible, inclusive and equitable recruitment by becoming a Disability Confident Recruiter.

genU suspects fraudulent activity

genU has advised Victoria Police of suspected fraud targeting genU’s finances, however this does not in any way involve or compromise our services or service delivery, NDIS payments, or personal information.

genU and Barwon Health partnership brings Disability Action Plan to life

Nearly 20 jobseekers living with disability are now enjoying employment as the result of a collaboration between Barwon Health and genU’s disability, employment and training services.

genU-Ford partnership creates jobs for local people with disability

genU has partnered with Australia’s largest automotive employer to deliver food services at three of Ford Australia’s onsite cafes, creating job opportunities for people living with disability.