Broaden Your Horizons

Broaden Your Horizons

Broaden Your Horizons provides a wide range of information that can help young people with disability, their families/carers and other professionals prepare for life after school.

This online resource aims to give young people the tools and resources they need to succeed and excel in further education, training and employment.

Broaden Your Horizons is useful for young people with learning, intellectual, behavioural, social or physical disabilities and their families. It offers a range of information and resources about post schooling options and support services.  These include, studying at TAFE or University, work and employment, Government programs and support, mentoring, specific disability types as well as an overview of useful assistive technologies.

The Broaden Your Horizons Website is made available through the National Disability Coordination Officer Program (NDCO) funded by the Australian Government. The Inner Melbourne VET Cluster (IMVC) proudly hosts and supports this website. The views expressed in the website are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the Australian Government. All information was current at the time of publication.

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