People living with a brain injury or neurological condition should have more access to employment than ever before.
But experts in the field paint a very different picture; in which individuals are struggling to find employment, withdrawing from work all together and experiencing discrimination.
In July 2019, the Neurological Alliance published the most comprehensive survey undertaken of people living with neurological conditions.
It found that one in three respondents have been discriminated against as a result of their condition, and almost a third (29 per cent) have had their contract of employment terminated.
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