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Once a person with mental health problems has
got a job they are faced with retaining that job and flourishing in
it. They may need different amounts of support. Many
may require no support, others need the implementation of
‘reasonable adjustments’, whilst others need more support. It
cannot automatically be assumed that those who need little or no
additional support to get a job also need little support to keep
it. Also, those who need much support to get a job may not
need a high level of support to keep it.
Examples of additional support that may be
needed are given in the following links.
Assistance in transition to work
Ongoing support in work
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supporting a return to work plan
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advice on getting help.
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