Ability Options joins corporate family
Caption: Sea Eagles Coach Trent Barrett welcomes Fred J P Van Steel, Chief Executive Officer at Ability Options, and his team to the Club.
Manly Warringah Sea Eagles today proudly announced Ability Options as a new Senior Partner of the Club.
Ability Options support people who need assistance to achieve their goals and aspirations through in-home and every day activities, participating in the community, gaining work experience, employment and specialist allied health.
A leader in the employment services sector, Ability Options place people in sustainable jobs via Federal Government initiatives including jobactive and Disability Employment Services (DES), Ability Options offer a recruitment service at no cost to employers.
With a network of more than 48 group homes and offices across NSW, Ability Options opened a new Brookvale employment office in July 2015.
Ability Options is also a National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provider focusing on supporting people to NDIS and turning their NDIS plan into action.
Mr Fred J P Van Steel, Chief Executive Officer at Ability Options, said he was delighted with the partnership with the Sea Eagles and having the two organisations working together to the benefit of both organisations members.
“Ability Options and the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles have a strong synergy in community values and initiatives,’’ Mr Van Steel said.
“We are excited to partner with the Sea Eagles as an exclusive and strategic community partnership.
“We look forward to working with the Sea Eagles in the community to build awareness and assist people to achieve their aspirations and independence through their life journey”
Sea Eagles CEO Joe Kelly welcomes Ability Options as a Senior Partner of the Club and is looking forward to working together on a number of community focused initiatives.
“The exciting new partnership with Ability Options is very community focused and we have already held a very productive initial planning session to clearly map out how the partnership will achieve key objectives and benefit the community,” Mr. Kelly said.
“We are delighted to welcome Ability Options as a Senior Partner of the Sea Eagles.”
For more information on Ability Options and their services, visit http://www.abilityoptions.org.au