These resources are included to help you plan the next steps in your career.
Please note, we do not endorse any of the organisations these sites are linked to, they are here for your information only.
Disability and mental health
Information from TARGETJobs. Includes advice on your rights in the work place and disclosing your disability.
Disability - What the Equality Act means for you
Disability Rights UK explains the Equality Act and the rights it gives you as a disabled applicant.
Association of Disabled Professionals
(ADP) services include the provision of employment advice, information and/or peer support. The website provides information on how to set up your own business and websites that provide help with finding work.
UK’s leading charity for those with a visible difference: a mark, scar or condition that makes them look different.
Supports those who have a disability and are looking towards self-employment, services, including ‘Professional Disabled Business Mentoring’, ‘Disabled Business Investment’
Mind Sector Guides
Mind have guides about how look look after your mental health in specific sectors:
Ambitious about Autism
A work experience programme for autistic young people aged 16-25. The programme offers access to paid opportunities throughout the year in leading organisations and companies.
Aim is to build a bridge between business and talented people within the Asperger community to create employment opportunities
Blind in business
Advice, support and training on recruitment and workplace issues for anyone with a visual impairment.
The Extend Hub is the BBC’s new talent disability recruitment portal.
The Leonard Cheshire Disability charity runs this internship scheme aiming to bring together top UK employers with disabled students.
Channel 4 Paras Production Training Scheme
12 month paid opportunity with an independent production company.
Mentoring opportunities in London, focusing on jobs in the City.
Lists events, internships, graduate roles and scholarships open to those with disabilities. /
Matches disabled job seekers with inclusive employers.
Provide consulting, recruitment and employment support to employers and individuals with dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD and autism.
Muscular Dystrophy UK
Information about your rights and support at work.
MyPlus Students' Club
Connects students with disabilities to employers that value talent.
Disability specialists, transforming lives through sustainable employment.
Rethink Mental Illness
Explains your options for finding work for adults affected by mental illness in England.
Information from Mind about taking care of your mental health in the workplace
Social Inclusion at Warwick
Find more information about the vision for social inclusion at Warwick.