You can find information using the weblinks below. You might also find the following sections of our website useful.
North Yorkshire County Council can help disabled people with employment and training through our supported employment service.
Supported employment is a way of helping people into paid work, who would otherwise experience difficulties owing to a disability as defined under the Disability Discrimination Act (1995), or carers, as defined by the national carers strategy. It is also about helping employers to support such people in work.
For more information, see the disabled people - employment and training schemes page.
There are many options available for employment and training but finding the right information can sometimes be difficult. Our 'Employment pathways' document acts as a guide for people seeking employment or training, taking you through the options available for your circumstances.
For more information and to download the document, see the employment pathways page.
Related information from NHS Choices
Work and disability
If you're disabled, you may be worried that your disability will limit your job prospects, or that you won't be able to find work at all. The Work and disability page from NHS Choices provides details of the guidance, support and training available to help disabled people into employment.
Customer services centre (social care enquiries)
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Tel: 0845 034 9410
Fax: 01609 532009
Compliments, complaints, comments and concerns (adult social care)
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Tel: 01609 532638
Fax: 01609 532025