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Below is a directory of organisations supporting disability and mental health in the workplace.
Disability Rights UK guide on education, training, benefits and employment options for disabled people.
EmployAbility was established in 2006 as the not-for-profit organisation dedicated to assisting students and graduates with all disabilities, including dyslexia or long term health conditions, into employment.
Employers Network for Equality & Inclusion is the UK's leading employer network covering all aspects of equality and inclusion in the workplace.
TUC Disability Rights is a list of disability rights in relation to employment FAQs.
If a disability or a physical or mental health condition that makes it hard to do your job you can talk to your employer about changes they must make in the workplace, further to this Access to Work funding may available for extra help.
Inclusion London supports over 70 Deaf and Disabled Organisations working across every London borough. Through these organisations, our reach extends to over 70,000 Disabled Londoners.
Disability Confident accreditation means that an employer is taking action to ensure that people with disabilities and long term health conditions feel supported, engaged and able to fulfil their potential in the workplace.
Creative Skillset - Diversity provides information and directory on diversity in the media, design & digital sectors.
Creative Diversity Network is great for raising the profile and providing analysis on what broadcasters are doing to address the diversity agenda in the UK.
Shape Arts is a disability led arts organisation working to provide opportunities and support for disabled artists, as well as disabled individuals wanting to work in the arts and cultural sector.
Mindful Employer provide access to information and support for staff and employees who experience stress, anxiety, depression or other mental health conditions.
Shaw Trust is one of the largest third sector providers of public services in the UK working to help people achieve their employment, health and learning ambitions.
Remploy aims to improve the lives of disabled people by creating equality in employment. It works to provide access to sustainable employment and careers for people with a disability or mental health condition.
Central UK government information on disability employment rights.
Government funded schemes to help you look for work if you’re disabled.
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