Disability-related support services This page contains information relating primarily to disability support in the UK. We have tried our best to lay out the information available in a convenient and efficient manner, but we always welcome feedback and additions to our resources. Please contact [email protected] with any contributions. Skip to content Finding support as a disabled artist can be challenging. We have tried to collate information on this page that might make that process easier for disabled artists seeking support in the UK. However, we can only guarantee that information on this page is accurate at the time it was updated, and not beyond. We endeavour to thoroughly check the validity of third party information we signpost, but occasionally providers elect not to disclose some requirements before enquiries are made by artists. How to navigate this page This page is divided into three sections. Table displaying the areas of support. Clicking on a name in this table will take you to the relevant information we have been able to gather about the service further down the page Further information about the support providers, including any available accessibility notes. Click the pink heading title to visit the organisation's external website Links to external directories and resources relating to support Where are you looking for a studio? Organisation Access / Support Employment / Training Funding Ableize ✓ AccessAble ✓ Access to Work ✓ ✓ ADP ✓ Artists Access to Art Colleges ✓ ✓ Business Disability Forum ✓ The Camden Society ✓ ✓ Deaf Roots ✓ ✓ Disability Grants ✓ Disability Horizons ✓ ✓ Disability Rights UK ✓ ✓ Elizabeth Finn Care ✓ Even Break ✓ Exceptional Individuals ✓ ✓ The Foyer Federation ✓ ✓ Inclusion London ✓ Museums DCN ✓ ✓ Remploy ✓ Rethink ✓ RNIB ✓ ✓ Shaw Trust ✓ Snowdon Trust ✓ Stairlifts Reviews ✓ Time to Change ✓ Tower Project ✓ Toucan Employment ✓ Turn 2 Us ✓ United Response ✓ ✓ More information about studio providers Ableize Disability resource directoryAccessAble Nationwide access informationAccess to Work Financial support to assist disabled people to gain and remain in employment ADP Association of Disabled ProfessionalsArtists Access to Art CollegesProvides placements for visual artists and designer makers in Higher and Further Education institutions across EnglandBusiness Disability ForumCreating a disability-smart world in employment The Camden SocietySee link for ‘our services’ then ‘employment and learning services’ Deaf RootsEmployability & skills training for deaf / hearing impaired people. If you're deaf or hard of hearing and looking for work, come down to Deafroots so we can help! Disability Grants General grants for disabled people and other disability-related information Disability Horizons Information, articles and tips about disability and travelDisability Rights UK "We are disabled people leading change, working for equal participation for all"Elizabeth Finn Care Financial support for various needsEven Break Disability and employmentExceptional Individuals Providing consulting, recruitment and employment support to employers and individuals with dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD and autism. The Foyer FederationThe Foyer Federation is a not-for-profit organisation that helps to transform the circumstances of young people who have faced barriers in their lives. Our ground breaking campaigns and initiatives are led through a network of 120 accredited learning and accommodation centres known as ‘Foyers’. These Foyers provide up to 10,000 16-25 year olds per year with mutually agreed, tailor-made programmes which give the young people access to housing, learning, personal development, training and employment opportunities in line with their needs and goals. Working through our network and by forging new partnerships, the Foyer Federation will continue to provide high quality leadership in the field of youth development. Inclusion London Promoting equality for London’s deaf and disabled people Museums DCN Disability Co-operative Network to increase access for disabled (inc.neurodiversity) people in the heritage sectorRemploy Putting ability first Rethink Rethink Mental IllnessRNIB Extending the Reach - paid work experience for people with sight loss Shaw Trust Ability at work Snowdon Trust Grants for physically disabled and sensory impaired students studying in the UK – in further or higher education or those training towards employment. Our Grants help cover additional costs that students incur as a result of their disability and where available statutory funding does not cover them.Stairlifts Reviews Information on how to get grants for stairlifts Time To Change“lets end mental health discrimination”Toucan EmploymentWe are a not-for-profit charity organisation who support people with learning difficulties/disabilities in Southwark, Lambeth, Brent and Lewisham. Tower Project Job / employment training in Tower Hamlets & the CityTurn 2 Us Charity assisting people to access grants and/or benefits. United Response United Response provides a range of services for people with learning disabilities, mental health needs or physical disabilities. Directories and further resources Gov.uk - Disabilities Job Prices DWP DPAC Found a useful resource or link? Take a minute to email [email protected]. All evidence we build helps us to work better with funders and partners towards solutions which can help disabled artists. 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