What is Access To Work?

Access to Work is a Government scheme, funded by the Department for Work and Pensions and run by Jobcentre Plus, which aims to help overcome problems in employment that occur as a result of disability. Through the scheme, both employers

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Who is Eligible?

Anyone who has a long-term medical condition that will last at least 12 months and any person who meets the definition of being disabled under the Disability Discrimination Act, 1995, may be eligible for support. Allied applicants must be: •

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What Support Can I Receive?

The funding available through Access to Work depends on the employment status of the person with the disability at the time of application. If you are currently employed and have previously been self-employed or unemployed or in your job for

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What Can Access To Work Fund?

Special Aids and Equipment Any item that a disabled person needs to do a job (for example wheelchair accessible work desk or large print keyboard). Communication Support Employing an interpreter or communicator where there might be communication difficulties at job

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How Do I Apply?

1. Contact Allied Mobility. Allied’s specialist Mobility Advisors can help discuss whether you may be eligible for support and provide local contact details. Simply call us on 0800 916 3018 or email info@alliedmobility.com. 2. Call Jobcentre Plus to request and

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Contact Information

There are three regional contact centres that deal with claims for Access to Work. Contact the centre covering the area where you work by telephone, textphone, fax or email. Glasgow If you work in Scotland, North West England, North East

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