8. Long-term Support
All stakeholders require long-term support to ensure employment stability is maintained and career enhancement is achieved.
Support is provided on an as-needed basis. There are no time limitations on how long support can be provided.
It is completely fine if you need support for longer periods of time, or if you only need support for certain parts of your job. There is no one way. There should be no time limits placed on supports if you need them.
Also, if you feel you no longer need supports to do your job, you can let your employer and support people know. You can work together to come up with a plan that makes sure you can do the job you were hired to do independently. Supports can fade away as you become more confident in your job.