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cm111 Community member Posts: 3 Listener
Hi! I'm a seventeen year old with spina bifida and I use a wheelchair to get around most of the time.I'm currently looking for a job that is in my abilities and accommodating for wheelchair users. does anyone have any recommendation?


  • Hannah_Alumni
    Hannah_Alumni Scope alumni Posts: 7,912 Disability Gamechanger
    Hello @cm111

    I would have a look at the government jobs website. Once you fill in what kind of job or area, on the left-hand side there is a choice of disability confident employers. I can't say for definite that every disability confident employer will meet all accommodations, but it certainly helped me narrow down when I was job searching. 

    Can I ask, so I can help further, do you have a particular field you'd like to get into? :)
    Hannah - She / Her

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  • Poppy_
    Poppy_ Community Volunteer Host Posts: 192 Pioneering
    Hi, to follow on from what @Hannah_Scope has suggested. I would also recommend having a look at the employment support services Scope offers. They have helped me find jobs, prepare for interviews and writing applications. I have added the link below to the different services Scope offer. 
    I hope this helps.
    Community Volunteer Host with a passion for reading.

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