Support for people with learning disabilities to find work
Whether you are a person with a learning disability A learning disability is to do with the way someone's brain works. It makes it harder for someone to learn, understand or do things. looking for a job, their parent or carer, or an employer looking to work with us you've come to the right place.
Having a job matters
Only 4.8% of adults with a learning disability known to adult social care in England are in paid work (NHS Digital, 2022).
Being employed is about more than earning money. It’s about feeling valued, independent and fulfilled. We’re doing everything we can to make this possible for more people with a learning disability.
Get in touch
If you would like to find out more about one of our programmes, please visit the relevant programme page to find contact details for local teams.
If you are an employer and would like to work with our Education Education is when you learn things. When you fill in a form to get a job, education means you write where you went to school, college or university. , Skills and Work team to provide opportunities to people on our programmes, please email our Employer Engagement team.
If you have any other queries regarding employment Employment means having a job. , you can contact our Learning Disability Helpline on: 0808 808 1111
Provider Access Statement
In line with the Baker Clause, any provider is encouraged to contact us to discuss what they can offer our learners/participants within our education and employability programmes to develop their skills, knowledge and confidence, broaden their horizons and support them into the world of work.Find out more