'I've found my calling': Bega dad who lives with mild intellectual disability makes life-changing decision to become a support worker

Updated October 19 2022 - 9:54am, first published 9:36am
Jamie Cutajar has used his own personal experience living with an intellectual disability to join the growing sector of disability support workers. Picture supplied
Jamie Cutajar has used his own personal experience living with an intellectual disability to join the growing sector of disability support workers. Picture supplied

A Bega dad who has been surrounded by people living with disability his whole life has studied to become a disability support worker, saying he's finally found "his calling" in life.

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