Access to Work Funding
What is Access to Work?
Access to Work is a Government grant scheme to support people with disabilities, physical or mental health conditions or learning differences
ADHD is one of the conditions under which you can apply for support. You do not need to be diagnosed
The grant can provide you with important support for starting, or staying in work
It can include specialist equipment, support workers and job aides, coaching, training and more
Am I eligible for Access to Work?
You can apply if you are aged 16 or over
In paid work, about to start paid work or an apprenticeship. You can also apply if you are self employed or about to become self employed.
You live in England, Scotland or Wales
You are not a Civil Servant
What can Access to Work do for ADHD?
Specialist equipment, such as a second screen
Software such as speech to text or grammar checking
Support workers such as job aides to help you with tasks you find challenging due to your condition
Neurodiversity training and Coaching
Access to Work ADHD Coaching
ADHD coaching can form a key part of your success in work and can help you
Understand your ADHD better from both an educational and personal standpoint
Develop tools, systems and strategies which work for you and your brain
Build better communication skills and learn how to set strong boundaries
Support and motivate yourself
Improve your confidence and self-esteem
Learn how to manage emotional disregulation and challenges such as RSD (Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria)
Plan, prioritise and organise better
Understand and manage your energy levels
Find more balance between work, self care and creativity
Working with me via Access to Work
I frequently support people who are funded by, or applying for Access to Work grants I can help you in the following ways
Provide information and support about the process before you apply
After application, provide Access to Work specific quotes for working with me as your coach
If you have been given an allocation for coaching which doesn't fit your specific needs, I can help you raise this with your case worker to try and rectify this