Access to Work grants
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Access to Work provides grants to employers towards extra employment costs which result from an employee having a disability. The programme aims to provide practical advice and support to disabled people and their employers, in order to overcome work related obstacles which result from disability.
As part of Access to Work, you may be eligible for:
- a grant to help pay for practical support with your work
- support with managing your mental health at work
For these types of support, you must:
- have a physical or mental health condition or disability that means you need support to do your job or get to and from work
- be 16 or over
- be in paid work (or be about to start or return to paid work in the next 12 weeks)
- live and work (or be about to start or return to work) in England, Scotland or Wales
Application deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time
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