Our fully qualified and registered health professionals, counsellors, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and dietitians help others to cope better. A first meeting between the individual, health and employment advisors results in a joined up health and employment action plan, making sure each person’s needs and personal circumstances are central to the plan. An assessment, taking in to account the whole person, identifies the most appropriate support. This assessment follows clinical governance guidelines with regards to quality, record keeping and confidentiality.
We help with confidence, motivation and lifestyle, mental and physical health through workshops such as managing anxiety, coping with symptoms of pain, sleep and routine, emotional resilience, managing interview nerves or disclosing your health condition. Weekly walking, relaxation and exercise groups provide social inclusion opportunities to develop positive routines and get more involved.
We help employers to become more inclusive when recruiting, encouraging positive changes to policies, identifying reasonable adjustments and supporting businesses to become Disability Confident