Working with Disability

For Young People

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What to expect at AFK

Going somewhere new for the first time can be exciting, but it can also feel a little scary. We hope this page helps prepare you for what to expect at AFK.


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Get a Job

Our Life and Work Programme is for disabled young people aged 18-25 who want to live more independently and move into paid employment.


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Travel Training

If you are a young person and have autism or a disability and live in London, we can support you with travel.

For Employers

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Employing people who are neurodivergent

Employment is important to everyone. It gives us economic independence, as well as opportunities to socialise with others, feel valued, grow and contribute as part of society.


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Corporate Partnerships

We are very lucky to work with many dedicated companies and organisations who share our passion for helping disabled young people live the life they want to.


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Our Local Community

Get involved and join other businesses in supporting our mission for a more inclusive community in our local area.



Resources for Young People

Useful information and resources for young people with autism or disabilities and their families.


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Resources for Schools & Colleges

Useful information and resources for schools and colleges with learners with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND).


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Resources for Employers

Useful information and resources for employers who have disabled employees or want to improve their recruitment and working practices to be more inclusive.


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