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‘Working Well East Midlands’ – Transforming Lives through Employment Support

Discover the groundbreaking initiative known as the Individual Placement and Support in Primary Care (IPSPC), locally referred to as ‘Working Well East Midlands.’ It is funded by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) and the Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC). This initiative operates in Nottingham City, Broxtowe, Gedling, and Rushcliffe in collaboration with East Midlands Chamber, Futures Advice Skills and Employment, and Inspire Training.

Working Well East Midlands is designed for adults facing physical or mental disabilities, as defined by the Equality Act 2010. Our mission is to empower individuals to transition into competitive employment, providing the necessary support to ensure lasting success.

Key Features of Working Well East Midlands:

  1. Employment Focus: Our initiative strives to place individuals in competitive roles.
  2. Inclusivity: We welcome eligible individuals who aspire to work, regardless of their physical or mental challenges.
  3. Tailored Job Placement: Matching jobs with individuals’ preferences is at the core of our approach.
  4. Efficiency: Operating on a ‘Place, Train, and Maintain’ model, we ensure rapid activation, job search, and ongoing support for work, health, and broader needs.
  5. Integration with Clinical Teams: Employment Specialists collaborate with clinical teams to provide comprehensive support.
  6. Employer Relationships: Our specialists build relationships with employers based on individuals’ work preferences, fostering a conducive work environment.
  7. Individualised Support: Time-unlimited, personalised support is offered to both the individual and their employer.
  8. Benefits Counselling: Receive support to make informed decisions regarding employment and its potential effects on their entitlements.

Join us on the journey to transform lives through employment. Working Well East Midlands is not just a service; it’s a pathway to empowerment and sustainable employment.

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