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Funding with Access to Work

The Access to Work scheme is a government programme that can pay for extra support to help people start or stay in work.

Who is eligible?

To apply to the Access to Work scheme, you must be either employed or self-employed (your earnings do not affect your application). You must also be aged 16+, living in England, Scotland or Wales and have a disability, mental condition or a long-term health condition that impacts your ability to work.

For further information on eligibility, please visit the website.
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How can a Support Worker help me?

Our extensive experience involves collaboration with business owners, entrepreneurs, professionals, and neurodiverse families. We confidently claim a unique level of expertise unmatched by other providers.

Understanding the distinctive aspects of neurodiverse individuals, we guide you in embracing these differences amidst the noise. Our objective is to simplify your life, handle tasks efficiently, and support you in accomplishing your goals.

During the application process, you’ll be prompted to share how your condition influences your work and the type of support you deem necessary. It’s essential to recognize the potential benefits of a Support Worker, even if adjusting to this concept may not be straightforward, particularly for those accustomed to ‘Just doing it!’

Our team is readily available to offer Access to Work application support whenever you require assistance.

Here are some examples of how a Support Worker can assist:

  1. Task Management: A Support Worker can help organise and prioritise tasks, ensuring deadlines are met and responsibilities are efficiently handled.
  2. Communication Support: Assist with communication, whether it’s helping to compose emails, facilitating clear communication in meetings, or providing support during presentations.
  3. Time Management: Help in creating and sticking to schedules, managing time effectively, and avoiding overwhelm.
  4. Work Environment Adjustment: Support in making adjustments to the work environment to suit individual needs, such as minimising distractions or creating a more comfortable workspace.
  5. Problem-Solving Assistance: Provide assistance in problem-solving, offering a different perspective and creative solutions to challenges.
  6. Emotional Support: Offer emotional support, understanding the unique challenges faced, and providing encouragement to navigate through them.
  7. Accommodation Planning: Collaborate on identifying and implementing accommodations that facilitate a more comfortable and productive work environment.

Remember, the specific support can vary based on individual needs and preferences. The goal is to tailor the assistance to enhance productivity, well-being, and overall success.

How does it work?

Not your typical Virtual Assistant services

Our Virtual Assistants, Support Workers, and Coaches are extensively trained in Neurodiversity. We are equipped to make your life easier and provide support for your executive functions.

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