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This area is a resource for journalists wishing to write about Remploy and all material is available to download. The section contains all press releases issued by Remploy, a media library comprising background documents, video and case studies and Press Office contacts. Journalists wishing to use case studies, or contact the individuals and companies named, should get in touch with the Press Office so that we can arrange the necessary permissions.

An innovative work placement programme that gives young adults with learning disabilities valuable employment skills has won praise from Mark Harper, Minister for Disabled People, during a visit to a Remploy branch in Southwark today (11 February).

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A young woman from Warrington who had been unemployed since leaving school because of depression and severe anxiety has got her life back on track thanks to support from disability employment specialist Remploy.

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A Humberside foodbank, which provides emergency food and support to local people in crisis, received a welcome boost when a team of volunteers from Remploy spent a day helping out at a food distribution centre in Hull.

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Remploy, the UK’s leading provider of specialist employment services, is celebrating the successful launch of its Welsh business arm, Remploy Cymru.

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A Tayside foodbank, which is stopping thousands of local people from going hungry, received a welcome boost when a team of volunteers from Remploy spent a day helping out at a food distribution centre in Dundee.

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A woman from South Yorkshire who has been blind since birth is urging more employers to give disabled people the chance to work, following her own two-year struggle to find a job.

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A ground-breaking scheme, which prepares vulnerable people for work, has helped a Leicestershire man put his troubled past behind him

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Britain’s leading provider of specialist employment services has released figures which show the significant social impact of supporting disabled people into work and helping them stay there

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A leading disability employment specialist is urging employers to tackle the problem of stress in the workplace to help cut the £26bn cost of mental ill health at work.

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Remploy, the UK’s leading socially minded business supporting disabled people into employment, has won two significant contracts in Scotland

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