Boost of £58 Million Allocated to Enhance Employment Support for Disabled Individuals

In an effort to assist disabled individuals and those with health conditions in England to secure and maintain employment, the UK government has unveiled a funding injection of £58 million.

This funding will be utilized to support 25,000 individuals as part of the recently announced Universal Support program, which was introduced in March.

Under the program, the government will offer a maximum of 12 months of provisions, with a budget of up to £4,000 per person. The aim is to facilitate a swift transition into suitable employment and ensure the long-term sustainability of these jobs.

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