DID you know you could get FREE support for your work?

Autism and ADHD can have a significant impact on your work life.

Do you sometimes find it difficult to focus on tasks? Stay organised and control impulses?

It can be hard to finish your projects in time and deal with the overwhelming amount of tasks that comes with a business or an employed role.

This is where Access To Work can help.

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Get my FREE Access to Work guide here:

For self employed awards, a financial forecast and business plan is required.

If you need a bit of guidance on this, please see the templates below. They are free to download! 

WHo is eligible?

Individuals who…

  • Have a physical or mental health condition or disability that means you need support to do your job or get to and from work,

  • Be 16 or over

  • Be in paid work (or be about to start or return to paid work in the next 12 weeks), even when working from home.

  • Be employed or self-employed.

  • Live and work (or be about to start or return to work) in England, Scotland or Wales. You cannot get Access to Work if you live in the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man.

ADHD

You don’t need a formal diagnosis to apply but It can increase your changes of being successful.

What you will be awarded will depends on your needs, it can range from coaching to support worker hours, noise cancelling headphones, remarkable…

Getting an Access to Work grant won’t affect any other benefits you receive, and you won’t need to re-pay it.

I trained with One of many ( ICF accredited) to become a transformational life coach.  

I have been working with parents and especially mothers for the past 12 years, supporting them in their own journey. I have helped each mother make their own choices through listening, supporting, coaching and informing.

I am based in West Bletchley and can do in person session in Milton Keynes and surrounding areas of Buckinghamshire or Bedfordshire. I also run Zoom Coaching sessions.

Everyone has a unique journey to craft and live.

NOW it is your turn to write YOURS!

Start creating your colourful life by joinging me for a chat.

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What my clients say

I took part in a 12 week One of Many program with Peggy as my coach. The interactions came at a point during last year when I was coping with a lot in both my personal and professional life. I was low in energy, with very changing moods and feeling lost. The biggest impact has been in giving my previously racing mind total peace. I would recommend stepping through this program to anyone feeling they have lost their way in life. I am certain that the outcome is also down to Peggy's skilled approach in listening and open questioning. So jump right in !
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Martine
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After multiple lockdowns and after I went back to work after maternity leave, I was struggling with my sense of self. My role has a mum had taken over and I was struggling to make my partner, friend, and coworker roles fit into my new life.  Peggy really helped me repriorities what is important to me and what to focus my time and energy on to make space for what I valued most. I can not wait for the rest of my journey. 
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Nolwenn
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