Able Futures is a nationwide specialist partnership set up to provide the Access to Work Mental Health Support Service on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions.
It provides support to the people working and living with mental health difficulties, employers and providers of apprenticeships.
Advice on supporting a worker with a mental health condition
Education and a toolkit for you, your colleagues and your leadership team
Internal promotion of an easy-to-use service for your employees
The service is part of Access to WorkAccess to WorkAccess to Work is a publicly funded employment support programme in England, Wales and Scotland that aims to help more disabled people start or stay in work. It can provide practical and financial support for people who have a disability...Find out more so, when you make contact, an adviser will check your eligibility.
This resource is also available in English – click here to view itThe Access to Work mental health support serviceWebsite
00The Access to Work Mental Health Support Service is a free service funded by the Department for Work and Pensions. They provide advice, information, support and tools to help support staff with mental health conditions.Free
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This one-off training session in January 2020 will cover mental health awareness and the hallmarks of good wellbeing in the workplace, giving practical advice and tools which can be implemented in your work environment.
Every conversation a manager has with a colleague who may be experiencing mental ill health will be different. This PDF guide from Acas has tips for managers to think about when approaching such a conversation.
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