The Mai-Wel Group delivers flexible and innovative solutions to enable people with a disability to live the life they choose.
Social and recreational support to increase independence, living skills and social skills.
Employment service for job seekers with a disability, mental illness or barrier to employment.
Printing and promotional services, document scanning and archiving, mail out services and product packaging.
Timber and light engineering, metal fabrication products, assembly and production jobs.
Confidential document destruction, rag cutting and countless other innovative tasks as required.
Client Information Management System written by the industry, for the industry.
The Mai-Wel Group is one of the larger Disability Service Providers in the Lower Hunter Region, providing services and programs to more than 800 clients across nine Local Government Areas.
The Mai-Wel Group employs more than 170 local support and administrative staff in addition to 110 local supported employees. The ethos of The Mai-Wel Group carries throughout the organisation from management and staff, and on to clients.
Coming off the success of the 2018 Live and Loud series, Mai-Wel Creative Arts is preparing for an even bigger and better 2019 with six big nights of entertainment scheduled to please audiences across venues in Maitland and Cessnock.
The Mai-Wel Group is excited to announce that users of the TOMRA Reverse Vending Machines (RVM) at Aberglasslyn Woolworths, Cessnock Big W and BP Thornton can donate their eligible empty drink containers directly to Mai-Wel until 24th February 2019.