Uncovering Access to Work

Mark Woodward


16th June 2023

01:00 PM GMT

The UK’s Access to Work Scheme is a government initiative that offers practical support and financial assistance to individuals with disabilities or long-term health conditions, ensuring they have equal access to employment opportunities. In this webinar, Mark Woodward from Neurobox, will shed light on the scheme, providing a comprehensive understanding of its benefits, eligibility criteria, and the application process. The goal is to empower more individuals to overcome these barriers and unlock the scheme’s potential to enhance their employment opportunities and foster inclusivity in the workforce.

In this webinar you will learn:

awareness on work

Increase awareness about the UK’s Access to Work Scheme

simplify process

Simplify the Application Process

support for adults

Provide Clear Information and Support

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About Mark Woodward

Mark is Neurobox’s Head of Occupational Delivery. He has worked in neurodiversity for over 12 years and has extensive knowledge and experience in supporting individuals, teams, and organisations, from developing complete programs to supporting individuals and their managers. Earlier roles in senior sales and operational management positions have given Mark insight into not only the needs of the employee but also the organisation.

About Neurobox

Neurobox is an award-winning disability management company based in Cambridge, specialising in neuro-inclusion, pan-disability, and workplace adjustments. Since 2018, we have been reducing workplace barriers, creating accessible workplaces for employees and employers, and enabling neurodiversity in the workplace.

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