Applying For Access To Work (Made Easy!)
You could get up to £65,000* worth of support for your ADHD. Here's how ⬇
Access to Work funds support to help us start and stay in work
Understanding Access to Work
Applying for Access to Work
Template to tell your employer about Access to Work application
Access to Work Caseworker Guidance
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Access to Work helps people with disabilities or health conditions to start/stay in work. Through the scheme, you can access funding for specialised equipment, a support service, disability awareness training, ADHD coaching, travel costs, and more!
No. It's extra support from the Government. Your employer has a duty to make reasonable adjustments to support your ADHD at work.
YES. It's incredibly helpful for self-employed people and owners of companies, as we can't make our own adjustments!
This is an approximate amount allocated per person per year, but support is usually allocated to you. For example, if a virtual assistant is granted to you, then you could provide 3 quotes and they'd usually go with the lowest one. Access to Work is capped at £65,180 this year (2022/23).
In some cases, employers may be asked to contribute money towards the costs. However, in the majority, Access to Work will pay for all of the costs. You or your employer will usually pay these and claim them back from Access to Work afterwards.