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Lived experience? That’s us.

A recent survey of Candella employees has revealed how much lived experience there is amongst our workforce. Three quarters (75%) of Candella employees have a lived experience of mental health issues Two thirds (65%) have a lived experience as a carer of a person with mental health issues Half (48%) have a lived experience of disability.

Candella wins grant for research project

Candella has been awarded a grant for a research project to help make Victorian workplaces more mentally healthy for trans and gender diverse (TGD) people with psychosocial disabilities. The project is funded by the Victorian Department of Health as part of the Diverse Communities Mental Health and Wellbeing Grants Program.

Embracing Change and Progress: A Year-End Message from Aaron Ford, CEO of Candella

Candella CEO, Aaron Ford, reflects on the transformative journey of the past year, highlighting initiatives like the Employment Pathways program, and sharing insights from the Client Feedback Survey. Join Candella in our commitment to mental health, inclusivity, and positive change, with a glimpse into the promising year ahead.
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Towards inclusive employment for psychosocial disability

People with psychosocial disability are among the most underemployed groups in our society, with only 26% in part-time or full-time work. Yet we know that may people with psychosocial disability can work and want to work. Too often, stigma, discrimination, and a lack of suitable accommodations are barriers to inclusive employment. To help address these issues, this week Candella engaged in a public consultation for the proposed Disability Employment Centre of Excellence.
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Candella’s commitment to Reconciliation through our Reflect RAP

We are proud to announce Candella's commitment to our 'Reflect' Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), a significant step towards formalising Candella's dedication to fostering unity in Australia. 

Examining employment barriers and enablers for people with psychosocial disability

Many people with psychosocial disabilities want to work and can work, but they often experience barriers to employment. At Candella, we are committed to reducing this disparity by making employment more accessible, inclusive, and sustainable.
Two women speaking at a podium for Candella Day 2023

Candella Day 2023

On Wednesday, October 25th, the Candella workforce gathered in Melbourne's Docklands for a day dedicated to enhancing connections, fostering a sense of belonging, and reinforcing our collective purpose.

A recent survey of Candella employees has revealed how much lived experience there is amongst our workforce.

-Three quarters (75%) of Candella employees have a lived experience of mental health issues.

-Two thirds (65%) have a lived experience as a carer of a person with mental health issues.

-Half (48%) have a lived experience of disability.

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