Welcome to Hands On SA
Hands On SA is an Australian Disability Enterprise recognised for providing high quality and meaningful supported employment for people living with a disability. Our business was founded in 1963 by a group of parents of children living with a disability who wanted to provide their children with vocational training and real employment opportunities.
Today Hands On SA employs more than 150 people across its two operations which are located at Kent Town on the city fringe of Adelaide and at Oakden just 10 kilometres north-east of the city.
Hands On SA is a public not-for-profit organisation which places an emphasis on so much more than work. We strive to “inspire better lives” by providing all employees with an enjoyable workplace environment which fosters learning, skill development and social interaction.
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WORKING AT HANDS ON SA
BECOME A SUPPORTED EMPLOYEE
Working for Hands On SA is a great opportunity to better yourself. Our staff are committed to making sure…
If you are working at Hands On SA and you are under 64 years old, you may be eligible to access the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)…
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
Hands On SA welcomes support from the wider community, and we highly value the people who donate their time to supporting our business…
OUR PEOPLE’S STORIES
After struggling with fluctuating work for years, Bianca sought something stable and rewarding. Bianca’s mum found an ad…
Brian had been looking for a job with a recruitment agency for some time. He was only looking for something temporary at first…
Sue is a longstanding supported employee with Hands On SA. It was over 8 years ago when a friend in her unit recommended…