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VERCIDA launches ‘I BELONG’ and we’d love to feature you and your stories. Read more...


Dyslexia in the workplace: Simon’s story

Simon Magnus is the artistic director of arts charity Root Experience. He’s also dyslexic. He told the BBC more about his experience of developing his career Read More... 

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Can you spot the signs? Sunflower lanyards for those with hidden disabilities

A host of large UK companies are adding sunflower lanyards to their efforts to create inclusive, supportive environments for Read More... 

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Cambridge Assessment

Assessment - Supporting and inspiring women

At Cambridge Assessment, we actively support diversity and inclusion and recognise the importance of creating a culture where everyone feels valued for the contribution they make Read More...

Hidden Disability

“Unless I tell them, people don’t know”: talking hidden disabilities

Every person should be able to bring their whole selves to work. That means being honest about what you want, and what you need, from an employer. Read More...

Wear it wild

WWF: Wear It Wild

In workplaces, schools and homes across the country, people will be donning an item of animal-inspired clothing - raising money to help protect our incredible world. Read More...


Find roles with employers that offer initiatives that support people with hidden disabilities.




It’s Hidden Disabilities Month! We’ll be using the time to think about the barriers and great ideas behind successfully bringing people with hidden disabilities in the workplace.

Three out of four of persons with disabilities don’t use a wheelchair or anything else that might visually signal their impairment to the outside world. If that’s you then you have a hidden disability. That’s a condition which may not be visible at a glance but can have a major impact on people's lives.

The most-common hidden conditions are epilepsy, autistic spectrum conditions, dyslexia, diabetes and acquired brain injuries. There’s a whole spectrum of disabilities or challenges that are primarily neurological in nature and some people struggle to find work as a result.

let VERCIDA help you to search your next job. We’ve built relationships with disability-friendly businesses, putting us in a unique position to connect you with the ideal job. The employers in our database have proved to us, and their employees, that they see people – not disabilities. Search our jobs database today, and our next successful job seeker could be you.




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British Dyslexia Association

The BDA is the voice of dyslexic people. We aim to influence government and other institutions to promote a dyslexia friendly society, that enables dyslexic people of all ages to reach their full potential. Learn more...

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The Stonewall one-day LGBT Role Models Programme gives individuals the opportunity to explore what it means to be a role model and the space to identify how they are going to create an inclusive environment for everyone. Learn more..


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