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Additional Services for Disabled Candidates

Additional Services

For disabled candidates:

Disability Law Service


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If you are a disabled person facing legal challenges with employment, discrimination, community care or welfare benefits, our dedicated lawyers provide a free advice service.  Click here for our website, call us on 020 7791 9800 or email us at


Balance CIC - Enabling independence

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Balance helps disabled people in South West London to reach their potential. including employment support for people with mental health needs or a learning disability. See more here






Middlesex Association for the Blind

The Middlesex Association for the Blind is offering a free service to anyone who has a disability or a visual impairment. This service runs from Hanwell, West Ealing at The William Hobbayne Centre, W7 2HB.


We offer:

  • CV writing
  • Covering letter, Speculative letter
  • Time management
  • Application  form filling
  • Telephone techniques
  • Interview techniques

The course runs for six weeks throughout the year and is free of charge to all registered visually impaired and disabled people. It runs every Monday and Tuesday 10 am – 4 pm.

Please contact Ali via email – or John via email – so we can discuss your options.

We are disabled friendly and have good access for wheel chair users and support mild to moderate learning disabilities.

Please call 07720237830 during 9 am - 5 pm Mon - Fri to find out more.


Rehab 4 Addiction


Rehab 4 Addiction is a free and national helpline assisting people suffering from addiction and mental health problems. You can can contact Rehab 4 Addiction on 0800 140 4690.




Working With Cancer


Working With Cancer is a social enterprise which supports people within the UK who are affected by cancer to successfully manage work, return to work, remain in work or find work, depending on their personal needs.


Blue Assist - to help you communicate

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BlueAssist cards and phone apps are a simple system to help anyone who has difficulties communicating when in the community to gain understanding and help. See here for more details.





Need to rent an accessible property in London?

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Here is the solution. Branch Properties are an honest, ethical and independent company passionate about property and people. They deliver complete peace of mind to tenants, landlords and homeowners. See more details here 




Stair Lift Experts

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We are a family-run business with one simple aim: To secure the right stairlift/through-floor-lift at the best price for any budget. See here


Disability Sanctuary

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Peer to peer support for disabled people and their carers. Lots of advice and guidance and forums - see here



Cups With String


Cups with String is a network for disabled people and those who are important to them to talk about what is going well for them and where different organisations are doing well, or could improve.



Focus on Disability

A website full of information for disabled people, with information, resources, email advice and much more. See here.


Strike Jobs

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It's a good idea to put your CV on a number of job boards. Evenbreak is pleased to work in partnership with Strike Jobs who make it easy for you to upload your CV and start searching for jobs in seconds. Strike Jobs help disabled and non-disabled candidates find the right job for them. Register now!






New Directions

If you are at a crossroads in your career, New Directions can help you discover who you really are, create a vision of the life you really want to live, identify your options and clarify the steps you can take to achieve success. 

Mynchin Career Consulting


Mynchin Career Consulting has solutions to your job seeking woes. We understand the issues from the sharp end as we have personally weaved our way through the employment minefield with a disability. We would love to hear from you to see how we can help.






PosAbility Magazine


Here is a magazine for disabled people with a real positive slant! Have a look (and Evenbreak has a regular column about job seeking skills!)




Spokz People

Low self-esteem preventing you from finding employment? Spokz People c.i.c. provide counselling and support groups for people with physical disabilities.Working with a qualified counsellor who has disability experience will help you get into the right frame of mind before you start applying for jobs!


BID Services


BID Services works in partnership with deaf people and other communities to help them achieve greater control over their lives. Our services include British sign language interpreting and training, deaf awareness training, specialist equipment, residential placements, personal and social care, advocacy, support for Tinnitus, employment support and information on housing related needs.



Disabled Entrepreneurs

Thinking about becoming an entrepreneur? This site can help with some tips, advice and inspirational stories.

Making Lemonade

Making Lemonade provides coaching for disabled people serious about finding or retaining work. Making Lemonade’s coaching is all about successful results so is ideal if you are looking for employment or wish to explore your options around your current position.

Wenman Mobility

Wenman Mobility have a large range of aids and adaptations to make your life easier. Pop into their showroom in Warwick or have a browse around their website.


Prestige Insurance

Specialist car insurance for disabled people: 




SNAP Childcare

SNAP Childcare is a specialist recruitment agency placing nannies, team leaders and specialist child care workers to work with babies and children with additional needs. SNAP16+ recruits enablers, buddies and PAs for young people aged 16+. We offer a nationwide service. and

Respite Solutions

Need a holiday or short break? Respite Solutions specialise in personalised searches and booking to find a holiday or short break which suits your needs.

MASIS (Mobility and Sickness Information Service).
MASIS aims to address a wide and diverse range of services to improve the lifestyles and wellbeing of disabled people (and those with long-term medical conditions) and their carers,as well as promote social inclusion and equality. National and international developments are also taking place and as a charity,MASIS has a strong philosophy towards developing networking relationships with service providers and commercial organisations.
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