Getting in, staying in and getting on: disability employment support fit for the future

At the age of 16, young disabled people in the UK hold the same aspirations to stay in education and find fulfilling careers as their non-disabled classmates. This independent review recommends changes to government policy to support disabled people to work in any role in any sector by doubling the numbers of people able to use Access to Work support, and raising the overall numbers securing specialist disability employment support to 100,000 within existing resources. The review aims to make the case for cross-Government work to unlock the big enablers of employment: raising aspirations of wh ... Show more

Authors: Sayce, Liz

Corporate authors: Great Britain. Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)

Published: London, England, Stationery Office, 2011

Resource type: Government report or paper

Physical description: 150 p.

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