Way to Work


The Way to Work Programme assists persons with disability to strengthen or gain additional skills for employability. The aim is to complement other services / programmes in the sector in order to ensure that persons with disability feel more confident to seek employment and live more independently.


Topics covered during this training programme include:

  • independent living skills
  • employability
  • boundaries at the workplace
  • hygiene
  • sexual health
  • boundaries
  • use of public transport
  • how to present oneself with confidence during an interview


These sessions are also delivered with the contribution of other third parties and professionals specialising in a number of areas. Participants are also exposed to site visits at workplaces to gain more hands-on experience and insight on different job options and sectors.


One-to-one sessions are also provided to service users seeking employment or who are already in employment and require some extra assistance in a particular area such as writing a CV, money management, job-seeking skills and hands on practice such as office work skills.​


Way to Work also offers information sessions to parents and guardians aimed at promoting the benefits of employment and how persons with disabilities can be supported to enter the workforce and sustain employment.




The Way to Work Programme has been shortlisted for the Zero Project Call for Nominations 2024!







Persons with disabilities who are interested in the Way to Work Programme need to be:


  • between 16 – 65 years
  • independent in ADLs (Activities of Daily Living) which include basic physical needs such as toileting, dressing, eating, etc.


Referrals to the Way to Work Programme can be put forward by persons with disability, family members, or other professionals.


The Way to Work team will follow up with the persons with disability and their family/guardians and carry out an interview to identify how the individual can benefit from the programme.


A follow-up action plan will be identified for the individual, and may include group training and/or one-to-one sessions.


Click this link for Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on this programme

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