We know it can be a difficult time for people who are transitioning out of the workers compensation system. To help, we’re offering a transition support service to make things easier by connecting you with health, employment, and community services to get you the support you need.

Working one-on-one with a qualified rehabilitation specialist, you’ll receive a tailored plan that is based on your individual circumstances, needs and goals. You will be supported each step of the way.

Taking up the tailored service won't have any impact on your claim.

If you are interested in taking up this service, or would like more information, please email TransitionSpecialist@eml.com.au 

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a charge for this service?

No, the transition service is free – it’s designed to connect you to useful services to get you the help and support you need.

Will my decision to participate affect my claim?

No, this service is completely independent of workers compensation. Taking up this service is completely voluntary and will not affect your claim in any way.

Will the service stop when my benefits stop?

Transition support is generally provided for three months from the date you are referred to the service. This is a good time to assess your needs and look at what support services may be suitable for you. The service isn’t linked to your benefits at all, and the transition support service may continue after your benefits have ceased.

What type of services will I be referred to?

This will depend on your personal circumstances, but examples may include mental health services, housing support, financial counselling, community workshops, job seeking support and childcare.