Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Access to Work for Disabled People

Access to Work information and helpAccess to Work is a government run grant system offering financial or practical support to help disabled people return to work.  Find sites listed below offering information, advice and help for disabled people wishing to return to work with the financial assistance of Access to Work. Includes facts, how to apply and where to make contact with Access to Work programmes for all disabilities and adults with special needs with details of the type of assistance to expect if you have disability and aged 16 or over.

Access to work provides financial assistance for specialist equipment, job interview help and finances towards travel when you can't use public transport and many other areas of assistance to help you in employment or run your own viable business as a disabled person. The Access to Work sites listed below should guide you in the right employment direction.  Access to Work in only available in England, Scotland and Wales.

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Directgov official site providing information about Access to Work, how to apply and where to make contact for more details and information.

Details provided by Your Access to Work website explaining the application process and who does and does not qualify.

Explains the Jobcentre Plus Access to Work scheme with details of reasonable adjustment within the work force, training and offers case studies and downloads.

Highlights a range of communications technologies that can assist the disabled with working from home when travel is not possible. Includes electronic access to work details.

Details of special aids equipment, adaptations and travel assistance available through Access to Work for people suffering from epilepsy.

Information from the Royal National Institute of Blind People with details of assessments, how to get adaptions and equipment, support workers and travel help getting to and from work.