From left to right:
Jason Laurie, Emelia Guthrie, Ethan Hamilton-Currey, Hayley Butler, Finn Lean-Massey, Deanna Rogers, Tor Poulter and Ricky Reeves
I have a permanent role with Te Whatu Ora in the Burwood Spinal Unit. I work 32 hours a week as a Health Care Assistant. I like being in the ward and enjoy working with a good team of people.
I have a permanent role with Te Whatu Ora in Clinical Records. I start early in the morning at 7:00am and finish at 2:30pm. The things I enjoy about this job is that there lots of variety and a quiet environment. Working and earning money is helping me achieve my life goals which is very exciting.
I work two part-time jobs; five hours a week at Waffle On and eleven hours at New World in Stanmore Road. I have bought myself an electric bike that I ride to work and I now work without my job support person.
Ricky has his own micro-business called Tech Ability. Tech Ability is all about helping people with a disability to get the most out of their technology by assisting them to set up their phones, tablets and streaming services.