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Lasercraft is committed to providing long-term supported employment for individuals with disabilities on the Central Coast of New South Wales. We have employed and trained over 100 hundred individuals with disabilities in a variety of jobs since we opened more than 30 years ago.
Disability & Employment
Lasercraft is committed to providing long-term supported employment for individuals with disabilities on the Central Coast of New South Wales. We have employed and trained over 100 hundred individuals with disabilities in a variety of jobs since we opened more than 30 years ago.
Disability & Employment
Lasercraft is committed to providing long-term supported employment for individuals with disabilities on the Central Coast of New South Wales. We have employed and trained over 100 hundred individuals with disabilities in a variety of jobs since we opened more than 30 years ago.
Supporting people living with disabilities

Lasercraft Australia Limited is an Australian Disability Enterprise.  We provide long term supported employment for people with disabilities.

We are committed to a culture that recognises each individual’s human dignity. We serve our community by providing our supported employees with meaningful and purposeful employment that enriches their daily lives.

We are passionate about our purpose. We are rewarded everyday by the positive difference we see in the lives of our supported employees. We have watched their skills grow with pride.

Our supported employees are at the heart of our organisation. Choosing to do business with Lasercraft means that you will be making an immeasurable difference in the lives of our supported employees who are living with disabilities.

Our goal is to be able to offer life-changing employment to even more people with disabilities in the future.

We greatly appreciate your support in enabling us to do this.

Our Supported Employees

At Lasercraft we are proud of the wonderful people we employ. They contribute in a variety of roles which include manufacturing and distribution. They develop job- and life-skills while learning how to operate lasers, sort mail, and pack products.

Each supported employee is highly valued for their contribution to the success of Lasercraft. Some have received leadership training and act as mentors and supervisors to other team members. Others have undergone extensive training using our technology, equipment, systems, and processes.

The result is an organisation that can deliver the highest quality products in our industry.

An organisation that demonstrates the outstanding results employees with disabilities can achieve.

An organisation that has the right level of support and training within a compassionate and caring culture.

Our Culture

Lasercraft has developed a culture of inclusiveness and respect of our Supported Employees.

Our Supported Employees at Lasercraft elect employee representatives each year. This means they have representation at management and board meetings. By giving our Supported Employees a voice we continue to evolve a relevant work environment.

The representatives are also part of our Employee Committee which reviews Lasercraft disability standards policies and procedures. They are also involved in our safety inspections and WHS committee meetings.

Each month we educate our Supported Employees regarding their rights under the Australian Disability Services Standards. They regularly have their say on aspects of day-to-day operations which impact their working environment.

At Lasercraft we have a multi-level Support Needs Review Process:

  • Initial entry meeting with families and carers.
  • 6-weekly support staff meetings where employee support needs are discussed and updated where necessary.
  • Employment Assistance Plan, and goal-setting interviews with each employee.
  • Three-monthly Employment Assistance Plan reviews completed by support staff.

We also have several quality assurance and satisfaction processes:

  • Annual employee satisfaction surveys.
  • Annual family/carer satisfaction surveys.
  • Annual individual books where families/carers are encouraged to discuss with Supported Employees areas of support that Lasercraft offers and they can make suggestions on where Lasercraft can improve.
  • A personal picture book is given to Supported Employees, their families, and carers. It has provisions for them to provide Lasercraft Staff with constructive feedback so we can continue to improve our service.
  • Supported Employees and their families and carers are also provided with a satisfaction survey to complete each year.
Learning Life Skills

Support offered to Supported Employees at Lasercraft includes but is not limited to:

  • Shopping for both company and personal purchases.
  • Company posting and mail collection.
  • Paying personal bills.
  • Travel.
  • Medical.
  • Laundry Skills.
  • Company banking duties.
  • Cleaning and Janitorial Skills.
  • Training on the job tasks.
  • Training in the expectations of work.
  • Social interaction support.
Social Events

Lasercraft holds several social events throughout the year, including:

  • Supported Employee Birthday celebrations – with a cake to share on their birthday!
  • Community Access Program.  Twice a year each Supported Employee chooses a friend and a Support Staff member to go out to morning tea.
  • Monthly BBQ. The Employee of the Month is announced at the BBQ and presented with an award. The recipient of the award is taken out to lunch with a friend and a staff member.
  • Special morning teas for celebrations such as Australia Day, Anzac Day, or Easter.
  • Annual Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea to raise funds for cancer research.
  • Special celebrations for Staff and Supported Employees on milestone events such as retirement or major employment anniversaries such as their 10th year, 20th year, and so on.
  • Annual Employee Social Day Out.  The Supported Employees vote to determine where they go for their social day each year. In previous years they chose to go to the movies, to a restaurant for lunch, for a cruise on Brisbane Waters, to go ten-pin bowling, and to visit the Reptile Park and have a picnic lunch.
  • Annual Christmas Party.  Supported Employees vote on the menu and for their peer’s awards for this event. Employees of the Year receive their awards at the Christmas Party.
Supporting people living with disabilities

Lasercraft Australia Limited is an Australian Disability Enterprise.  We provide long term supported employment for people with disabilities.

We are committed to a culture that recognises each individual’s human dignity. We serve our community by providing our supported employees with meaningful and purposeful employment that enriches their daily lives.

We are passionate about our purpose. We are rewarded everyday by the positive difference we see in the lives of our supported employees. We have watched their skills grow with pride.

Our supported employees are at the heart of our organisation. Choosing to do business with Lasercraft means that you will be making an immeasurable difference in the lives of our supported employees who are living with disabilities.

Our goal is to be able to offer life-changing employment to even more people with disabilities in the future.

We greatly appreciate your support in enabling us to do this.

Our Supported Employees

At Lasercraft we are proud of the wonderful people we employ. They contribute in a variety of roles which include manufacturing and distribution. They develop job- and life-skills while learning how to operate lasers, sort mail, and pack products.

Each supported employee is highly valued for their contribution to the success of Lasercraft. Some have received leadership training and act as mentors and supervisors to other team members. Others have undergone extensive training using our technology, equipment, systems, and processes.

The result is an organisation that can deliver the highest quality products in our industry.

An organisation that demonstrates the outstanding results employees with disabilities can achieve.

An organisation that has the right level of support and training within a compassionate and caring culture.

Our Culture

Lasercraft has developed a culture of inclusiveness and respect of our Supported Employees.

Our Supported Employees at Lasercraft elect employee representatives each year. This means they have representation at management and board meetings. By giving our Supported Employees a voice we continue to evolve a relevant work environment.

The representatives are also part of our Employee Committee which reviews Lasercraft disability standards policies and procedures. They are also involved in our safety inspections and WHS committee meetings.

Each month we educate our Supported Employees regarding their rights under the Australian Disability Services Standards. They regularly have their say on aspects of day-to-day operations which impact their working environment.

At Lasercraft we have a multi-level Support Needs Review Process:

  • Initial entry meeting with families and carers.
  • 6-weekly support staff meetings where employee support needs are discussed and updated where necessary.
  • Employment Assistance Plan, and goal-setting interviews with each employee.
  • Three-monthly Employment Assistance Plan reviews completed by support staff.

We also have several quality assurance and satisfaction processes:

  • Annual employee satisfaction surveys.
  • Annual family/carer satisfaction surveys.
  • Annual individual books where families/carers are encouraged to discuss with Supported Employees areas of support that Lasercraft offers and they can make suggestions on where Lasercraft can improve.
  • A personal picture book is given to Supported Employees, their families, and carers. It has provisions for them to provide Lasercraft Staff with constructive feedback so we can continue to improve our service.
  • Supported Employees and their families and carers are also provided with a satisfaction survey to complete each year.
Learning Life Skills

Support offered to Supported Employees at Lasercraft includes but is not limited to:

  • Shopping for both company and personal purchases.
  • Company posting and mail collection.
  • Paying personal bills.
  • Travel.
  • Medical.
  • Laundry Skills.
  • Company banking duties.
  • Cleaning and Janitorial Skills.
  • Training on the job tasks.
  • Training in the expectations of work.
  • Social interaction support.
Social Events

Lasercraft holds several social events throughout the year, including:

  • Supported Employee Birthday celebrations – with a cake to share on their birthday!
  • Community Access Program.  Twice a year each Supported Employee chooses a friend and a Support Staff member to go out to morning tea.
  • Monthly BBQ. The Employee of the Month is announced at the BBQ and presented with an award. The recipient of the award is taken out to lunch with a friend and a staff member.
  • Special morning teas for celebrations such as Australia Day, Anzac Day, or Easter.
  • Annual Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea to raise funds for cancer research.
  • Special celebrations for Staff and Supported Employees on milestone events such as retirement or major employment anniversaries such as their 10th year, 20th year, and so on.
  • Annual Employee Social Day Out.  The Supported Employees vote to determine where they go for their social day each year. In previous years they chose to go to the movies, to a restaurant for lunch, for a cruise on Brisbane Waters, to go ten-pin bowling, and to visit the Reptile Park and have a picnic lunch.
  • Annual Christmas Party.  Supported Employees vote on the menu and for their peer’s awards for this event. Employees of the Year receive their awards at the Christmas Party.
Supporting people living with disabilities

Lasercraft Australia Limited is an Australian Disability Enterprise.  We provide long term supported employment for people with disabilities.

We are committed to a culture that recognises each individual’s human dignity. We serve our community by providing our supported employees with meaningful and purposeful employment that enriches their daily lives.

We are passionate about our purpose. We are rewarded everyday by the positive difference we see in the lives of our supported employees. We have watched their skills grow with pride.

Our supported employees are at the heart of our organisation. Choosing to do business with Lasercraft means that you will be making an immeasurable difference in the lives of our supported employees who are living with disabilities.

Our goal is to be able to offer life-changing employment to even more people with disabilities in the future.

We greatly appreciate your support in enabling us to do this.

Our Supported Employees

At Lasercraft we are proud of the wonderful people we employ. They contribute in a variety of roles which include manufacturing and distribution. They develop job- and life-skills while learning how to operate lasers, sort mail, and pack products.

Each supported employee is highly valued for their contribution to the success of Lasercraft. Some have received leadership training and act as mentors and supervisors to other team members. Others have undergone extensive training using our technology, equipment, systems, and processes.

The result is an organisation that can deliver the highest quality products in our industry.

An organisation that demonstrates the outstanding results employees with disabilities can achieve.

An organisation that has the right level of support and training within a compassionate and caring culture.

Our Culture

Lasercraft has developed a culture of inclusiveness and respect of our Supported Employees.

Our Supported Employees at Lasercraft elect employee representatives each year. This means they have representation at management and board meetings. By giving our Supported Employees a voice we continue to evolve a relevant work environment.

The representatives are also part of our Employee Committee which reviews Lasercraft disability standards policies and procedures. They are also involved in our safety inspections and WHS committee meetings.

Each month we educate our Supported Employees regarding their rights under the Australian Disability Services Standards. They regularly have their say on aspects of day-to-day operations which impact their working environment.

At Lasercraft we have a multi-level Support Needs Review Process:

  • Initial entry meeting with families and carers.
  • 6-weekly support staff meetings where employee support needs are discussed and updated where necessary.
  • Employment Assistance Plan, and goal-setting interviews with each employee.
  • Three-monthly Employment Assistance Plan reviews completed by support staff.

We also have several quality assurance and satisfaction processes:

  • Annual employee satisfaction surveys.
  • Annual family/carer satisfaction surveys.
  • Annual individual books where families/carers are encouraged to discuss with Supported Employees areas of support that Lasercraft offers and they can make suggestions on where Lasercraft can improve.
  • A personal picture book is given to Supported Employees, their families, and carers. It has provisions for them to provide Lasercraft Staff with constructive feedback so we can continue to improve our service.
  • Supported Employees and their families and carers are also provided with a satisfaction survey to complete each year.
Learning Life Skills

Support offered to Supported Employees at Lasercraft includes but is not limited to:

  • Shopping for both company and personal purchases.
  • Company posting and mail collection.
  • Paying personal bills.
  • Travel.
  • Medical.
  • Laundry Skills.
  • Company banking duties.
  • Cleaning and Janitorial Skills.
  • Training on the job tasks.
  • Training in the expectations of work.
  • Social interaction support.
Social Events

Lasercraft holds several social events throughout the year, including:

  • Supported Employee Birthday celebrations – with a cake to share on their birthday!
  • Community Access Program.  Twice a year each Supported Employee chooses a friend and a Support Staff member to go out to morning tea.
  • Monthly BBQ. The Employee of the Month is announced at the BBQ and presented with an award. The recipient of the award is taken out to lunch with a friend and a staff member.
  • Special morning teas for celebrations such as Australia Day, Anzac Day, or Easter.
  • Annual Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea to raise funds for cancer research.
  • Special celebrations for Staff and Supported Employees on milestone events such as retirement or major employment anniversaries such as their 10th year, 20th year, and so on.
  • Annual Employee Social Day Out.  The Supported Employees vote to determine where they go for their social day each year. In previous years they chose to go to the movies, to a restaurant for lunch, for a cruise on Brisbane Waters, to go ten-pin bowling, and to visit the Reptile Park and have a picnic lunch.
  • Annual Christmas Party.  Supported Employees vote on the menu and for their peer’s awards for this event. Employees of the Year receive their awards at the Christmas Party.