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Life Without Barriers
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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $100m to $500m (AUD)
  • Industry
    Non-profit & NGO


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Rating is calculated based on 152 reviews and is evolving.


Permanente Part time - Disability Support Worker and Youth Worker in Ipswich QLD
on 9 July 2021
Productive with changes to rosters all the time
I learnt how to work with Young teenage with High Needs Disability.I got training for Peg, Epilepsy, Medication in Webster packs.I Changed Aides, Personal Care, Showering.Community Access, Specialist appointments, Doctors appointments, Dentist appointmentsPut Client in Standing Frame at Home.Use Electric Chair and House ChairWork with Kids with in Intensive Foster Care, Supported Living, Residential
Disability Support Worker in Bunbury WA
on 27 July 2021
Wouldn't recommend to anyone.
I have worked for LWB for three years and have had consistent issues through those 3 years. Putting staff at high risk, workplace bullying NIL support from management. Direct care staff are consistently overworked and expected to work well outside of their job scope, team leaders have excessive case loads meaning clients go unheard. Staff turnover is very high. I personally would never work for this company again, the only good thing was that they paid well.
Disability Support Worker in Bondi Junction NSW
on 9 July 2021
LWB is productive and efficient with service delivery
i really like working for LWB, the job site is located in in affluental area in a hub of services that makes a fun and vibrant community access. Futhermore LWB is productive work place with friendly and professional work culture
Disability Support Worker in Alice Springs NT
on 20 June 2021
Full of bullies and the lies they tell are unbelievable
Terrible bully culture, the clients are beautiful but management and team leaders are shocking, if you’re not in the click forget any further future with this organisation. I would not recommend these people as good employers, management don’t really care about staff or even clients for that matter, all they worry about is their salaries, shocking place to work
Slave in Townsville QLD
on 18 June 2021
Don’t do it.
Terrible organisation. Treat staff appallingly. Extremely high case loads, expected to work outside contracted hours for no overtime or time off. Front line staff are very committed to their client group but rarely last long due to burnout and unrealistic expectations.

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