• Flexibility in hours and locations – does your employee need to be in the office or building to do their job? Can they work from home, job-share or work part-time?
  • Partner them with a supportive mentor who can be a source of guidance and advice in the workplace, particularly in the early stages of their placement.
  • Talk to them about their specific needs such as improvements in access to the premises and technology, and issues around noise and lighting.
  • Introduce training for all staff around working with a person with a disability including mental health, communication and physical needs. This training can also support staff in their interactions with customers and the broader community.
  • Restructure of elements of their role if they find certain jobs too overwhelming.

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