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Information and links to resources for people who are planning
• start work
• make changes to help them stay productive at work
• return to work when recovering from a period of mental
Work can help you to get better
- and stay better
Finding work when you have had
mental ill health
Working out what work might
be right for you
Getting support when you are looking for
Applying for a job
Should I tell a prospective employer
about my mental ill-health?
Be proactive and use the support available to
enable you to stay in work successfully
Other sources of help &
Making changes at work - ‘reasonable
The effect of medication on your
Developing a Wellness and Recovery Action
Your rights at work
Think about talking to your employer and
doctors to make a ‘return to work’ plan
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