Mariwan Inferadi shares his journey through education into employment and how Thomas Pocklington Trust’s Works For Me programme helped him into employment.Find out more about 'Overcoming The Final Hurdle to Employment : Mariwan Inferadi'
Hear how other blind and partially sighted people are flourishing in the workplace with help of their supportive employers.
Callum Stoneman is a Network Designer at BT through its graduate scheme. We share his story securing this role and a video one year later with what working means to him, the assistive technology he uses and advice to other blind and partially sighted people looking to progress their careers.Find out more about 'Seeing Beyond Disability: Callum Stoneman'
Over the last 12 years, Daniel Dracott has worked his way up from starting as a graduate to his current role as a software company. We caught up Daniel to find out about his role, the adjustments that he needs and how supportive his company has been.Find out more about 'Being Recognised For Your Skills: Daniel Dracott'
Kaukub Asia is a Social Worker working with young offenders in West Yorkshire at Kirklees Council. When she was training to be a Social Worker, she was told repeatedly by her peers she wouldn’t be able to succeed because of her vision impairment. Read her storyFind out more about 'Anything is Possible: Kaukub Asia'
Ines Higgins talks about her long journey into employment and how her supportive employer has helped her thrive in her role.Find out more about 'Employers Getting it Right: Ines Higgins'
Being visually impaired (VI), Kate brought a new perspective to the company to streamline how the switchboard team operate. Read her employment story.Find out more about 'Streamlining Company Processes: Kate Ramsden'
“Getting in touch with Works for Me was the best decision ever” Find out how Works for Me helped Molly work out which direction she wanted her career to go.Find out more about 'Works for Me Worked for Molly'