The support offered is based on individual needs, and could include a grant to help cover the costs of practical support in the workplace or for those working from home.
An Access to Work grant does not need to be paid back and could pay for a range of different support, including:
- Support workers
- Specialist equipment
- Help with travel costs to work and back
- Mental health support.
If your health condition requires you to work from home sometimes, Access to Work could also help with adjustments needed at home to help you stay in work.
To check if you are eligible and how to apply visit jobhelp.campaign.gov.uk/access-to-work/ where you will find further information on Access to Work.
You can also view the Access to Work easy read factsheet online, please follow this link or visit the DWP YouTube sign channel for British Sign Language (BSL) videos about Access to Work.
For more information visit gov.uk/access-to-work.