- A communicator, advocate or BSL interpreter for a job interview, if you’re D/deaf or have communication difficulties
- A support worker, such as a reader for somebody with a visual impairment; communicator for a D/deaf person; a specialist job coach for a person with a learning difficulty; or a helper for personal care needs at work
- Specialist equipment (or alterations to existing equipment) to suit your particular need.
- Help towards the additional costs of taxi fares if you cannot use public transport to get to work
- Support via Access to Work’s dedicated Workplace Mental Health Support Service (see below).
There is no set amount for an Access to Work grant. How much you get depends on your specific case. The grant will only cover the support needed to let you stay in work or self-employed.
Visit gov.uk/access-to-work for more information.