Disabled Employment Advice
This section of ABLEize provides details of sites offering disabled employment, job and workplace advice and information for people with disabilities including wheelchair users, head injury and others with special employment needs either working or wishing to return to work. The sites and services listed below also offer help for those with special needs or mental health issues in all areas of employment including government employment advice for the disabled, support organisations and details of the services offered by local job centres.
Returning to or gaining meaningful employment with a disability can be difficult but it can be well worth shaking off any disappointments because like all things in life it is well worth the effort in the long run. The many organisations and resources listed here will help you every step of the way offering you employment advice, interview assistance and and much more.
Please browse the sites listed below and we hope that they provide you with the required disabled employment advice that leads to viable and worthwhile employment.
The official Government Access to Work website offering an overview of the disability employment and workplace assistance available if you wish to start or return to work with a disability.
A comprehensive site for the deaf community is currently in work or looking to return to work. Site highlights a number of job opportunities along with articles, event details and employment advice resources.
Job Introduction Scheme details plus Access to Work plus related employment details for disabled people seeking work.
Official information and resources supplied by the RNIB to assist with the employment needs of the blind and visually impaired including how to prepare for employmen, Access to Work information and a number of fact sheets and success stories.
A valuable and comprehensive site that matches employers with disabled job candidates. Site provides details of current vacancies and allows you to post your CV as well as a number of informative resources and blog entries.
U.S based disability and workforce development experts that find solutions to the disabled persons workplace needs and access requirements. Includes articles, training details and online accessibility resources.
Offers advice, training and education to people with mental health problems seeking employment. London based.