Access to Work
If you are unemployed, self employed or in a job/work trial and you need to get a job, keep a job, or make progress in your career, Access to Work can help in a whole range of ways.
For example Access to Work can pay for:
- A communicator for people who are deaf or have a hearing impairment.
- A part time reader or assistance at work for someone who is blind.
- A support worker if someone needs practical help either at work or getting to work.
- Equipment (or adaptations to existing equipment) to suit individuals needs.
- Adaptations to a car, or taxi fares or other transport costs if someone can not use public transport to get to work.
- Alterations to premises or a working environment so that an employee with a disability can work there.
- These are just a few examples. Access to Work will be flexible to suit each person's needs in their particular job.
For different kinds of help contact your Disability Employment Adviser.
For more detailed information about Access to Work, see our factsheet 'Access to Work'
Whilst all the information given in this document was correct at the time of going to press, DIAL Doncaster cannot be held responsible for any subsequent changes.