You’ll be offered support based on your needs. This may include a grant to help cover the costs of practical support in the workplace, or getting to and from work.
The grant can help pay for items or services you need, including:
- adaptations to the equipment you use
- special equipment or software
- British Sign Language interpreters and video relay service support, lip speakers or note takers
- adaptations to your vehicle so you can get to work
- taxi fares to work or a support worker if you cannot use public transport
- a support worker or job coach to help you in your workplace
- a support service if you have a mental health condition
- disability awareness training for your colleagues
- the cost of moving your equipment if you change location or job
Access to Work can also help assess whether your needs can be met through reasonable adjustments by your employer.
What Access to Work will not cover
You will not get an Access to Work grant to pay for:
- changes that your employer has to make (reasonable adjustments)
- items that would normally be needed to do the job whether a person is disabled or not
support that your employer used to provide but has stopped
How your Access to Work grant is paid
- You or your employer will buy the items or services you need.
Access to Work will pay the money back, up to the amount of the grant you’ve been offered and with any contributions (such as employer or NHS contributions) deducted.
If You Have Any Questions?
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