COVID-19 Update

We might not be seeing you face to face right now, but that doesn't mean our support has changed.

We’re still working with customers across all of our offices, via telephone, video chats, emails and messaging, to make sure we’re still progressing them towards employment. 

And, we’re also working with employers desperately looking for staff to cope with the increased demand across a number of essential services and industries. 

So, whilst things are a bit different at the minute, it’s still business as usual for us in helping getting people into jobs and stay there. 

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Get started 1 of 3 ways…

  • 01.

    Register directly

    Get in touch with us today and we’ll walk you through the eligibility criteria and registration process.

  • 02.

    Centrelink Referral

    At your next Centrelink appointment ask to be referred to Campbell Page for your Disability Employment Services (DES) provider.

  • 03.

    Transfer

    Give us a call to find out how you can change from another DES provider to Campbell Page.

What exactly is a disability?

Well, you might be surprised...

If you are experiencing any kind of limitation, restriction or impairment, whether temporary or permanent, that affects your everyday activities and potentially your employment, you could be eligible for Disability Employment Services.

A ‘disability’ can also include an injury you’ve sustained, an illness you’re experiencing, a health or mental health condition, or a wide range of physical and intellectual disabilities.

Click here to see an example of the disabilities and health conditions we support
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Is there an office close to me?

Probably! We’ve got more than 70 offices across four states.

Check out our interactive map to find the Campbell Page office closest to you.

Find an office

If you have an injury, illness, disability or mental health condition and are ready to find work we can help.

Send us a message and we’ll will be in touch shortly, or better yet, give us a call now on

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What if I need a bit of extra support?

Then you should meet our Occupational Assessors

They’re highly-qualified Allied Health Professionals trained in providing additional supports to help you prepare for, and successfully get, a new job. Whatever your needs, they will work with you to develop a tailored plan that will support you in your job search. Ask your Employment Consultant for more information or to book in with one of our OAs.

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Already with another provider? Transfer in 3 easy steps…

  • 01.

    Request a transfer

    Give the national customer service line a call on 1800 805 260 and ask to transfer from your current provider to Campbell Page.

  • 02.

    Accept our invite

    Keep an eye out for your invite to our first meeting (don’t forget to accept it).

  • 03.

    Meet us

    Meet your dedicated Employment Consultant, either virtually or in person; they’re ready and eager to hear your story and help you get started.

Break it down for me

If you're new to Disability Employment Services, you'll no doubt hear lots of acronyms and names that don't make sense.

We’ve collected a few of the most commons things you’ll hear and what they actually mean, like DES, ESAT, CRN, JSID and so much more.

Learn what they all mean here.

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Find out more…

  • What is DMS and ESS?

    Disability Employment Services has two parts - Disability Management Service (DMS) and Employment Support Service (ESS).

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  • Support in your job

    If you’re already working but have an illness or injury that’s impacting your ability to do your job, we can help with

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