Why should you become a support worker?
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Being a Support Worker means making a positive difference in someone’s life. Making a real change to the lives of the people you provide support for and their community of friends, family and carers. Becoming a INDEPENDENT SUPPORT WORKER NDIS will also make a difference to your life, by leading a fuller, more compassionate life.
Support Workers are vital carers for vulnerable individuals and their families. Support Workers provide practical support, such as helping with household tasks, filling out paperwork, and administering medication and personal care. They also often provide emotional support, too.