Life Without Barriers
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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $140m to $700m (AUD)
  • Industry
    Non-profit & NGO
  • Headquarters
    352 King Street, Newcastle NSW 2300
  • Link
    Life Without Barriers website
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on 9 May 2022
Tough job but a good workplace
Worked in residential side really hard job. Dealing with threats of violence, actual violence, anti-social behaviour, run aways etc. Violence/anti-social behaviour is manageable due to the age of some of the kids, and I never felt unsafe, but it can get old fast and I could understand where someone could feel unsafe. Pay is good and you have a lot of downtime if the person you are caring for is in a stable mood. Workplace and bosses are supportive and very nice, other carers were cool and easy to get along with. Practices I feel may not support the carers being able to stop bad behaviour but thats more due to the legislation than the actual companies e.g. not being able to punish kids for bad behaviour which then entices them to act out to get what they want, knowing that nothing will happen etc. Not all are bad days, some days are chill but a lot are stressful and overall I chose to leave to save my mental health. I would recommend the company though to anyone interested in giving it a go.
Case Coordinator in Dandenong VIC
on 21 June 2022
Poor salaryIf you stay long you won't get more money neither to get time in lieu More hours to sustain workPoor and shoddy management Micromanagement
Roster Coordinator in Baulkham Hills NSW
on 6 June 2022
Challenging work environment
Challenging work environment due to lack of cohesion between teams, seemed like it was an Us vs Them mentality between some teams. Priority doesn’t seem to be the people who need support
Registered Nurse with a Behaviour & Health Focus in Sydney and Hunter
on 6 April 2022
Working with a great team of professionals
I have worked at LWB for the past (almost) three years in various capacities, currently as a registered nurse. I have found the teams to be professional and very client focused when I interact with operational staff. I feel that direct care staff training could be more comprehensive but this is restricted by poor recognition of this by the NDIS funding model.
Disability Support Worker in Ipswich QLD
on 7 March 2022
Best place to work as you get job as you Education is
Thanks for the opportunity they give me to be part of the family as I have wish I started with them before all my job , no way I should have left if it’s not for covid19 anyway thank for your help in my life

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