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Access to Work Programme

Question for Department for Work and Pensions

UIN 228824, tabled on 23 March 2015

To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, what research his Department has carried out into the proportion of UK businesses who are aware of Access to Work funding which can help people with a disability start work, stay in work, move into self-employment or start a business; and what research his Department has carried out into the proportion of employers who are aware that Access to Work funding can be used to help those with mental health conditions, learning difficulties or disabilities, and autism.

Answered on

26 March 2015

The Department has not conducted research into the proportion of UK businesses who are aware of Access to Work funding or of the Access to Work Mental Health Service.

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