employers to see past jobseekers' disabilities I feel that a lot of employers are missing out on our skill sets. People with disabilities can do a lot, and they can do a lot more
employers to see past her disability 'I sent out three job applications saying I was disabled, and three not mentioning my disability.
'All of the jobs wanted the same skills
employers to look beyond disabilities A young man who felt frustrated after over a year of struggling to find a job is urging employers to look beyond disabilities.
employers to give those with learning disabilities a fair chance. Concerned that jobseekers with learning disabilities are overlooked by some employers, Adonis Gallimore and his team want to see equal
employers to consider disabled candidates. Cornish Fixer Tommy Gundry, who has been paralysed from a young age, is encouraging employers not to dismiss potential candidates because of a disability.
employers, to give those with disabilities a chance to show what they can do.
Her story will be broadcast soon on UTV Live.
I love modelling, she says. I love
employers see that you have a disability.
'I ve had a couple of employers come back and say because I have a visual impairment they don t want to continue
employers to give young people with learning disabilities the same chance as others to find employment.
Naomi is working on a Fixers project with Mark Forsythe (20) who has a learning
disability to potential employers and difficulties knowing what jobs to apply for.
Gabriel Ledson, 18, who works at one of the top restaurants in the North West, had this message
disabled people are actually employed within it, that attitude probably isn t going to change.
Actress Lisa Hammond, who has recently joined the cast of Eastenders as Donna Yates, also
Megan wants to eradicate the stigma people face when grieving for their pet
Raveena wants to encourage young people talk about loss.
A young woman is helping teachers spot the signs of abuse in young people.
Jane* wants professionals working with CSE victims to treat them with respect
Breaghanna and her team are helping young people manage stress at school.
Luke wants better bus services in Cornwall's rural villages
Kate wants people with disabilities to be taken seriously.
Beverly is highlighting how social media can help with mental health struggles
Lauren Murchison wants other young mums dealing with post-natal depression to seek help.
Bilal wants to combat Islamophobia
Abi wants young people to be aware of antibiotic resistance
Isreal wants young people to learn more about technology.
Ella wants to show the importance of recycling.
Ed wants to show that anorexia isn't just a female illness
Jorjia is using music to inspire bullying victims.
Charley wants to encourage people to make the most of their lives.
Helping people with anxiety can be simple if you follow Ben's three simple steps.
A group of young people have spoken about life living on the autistic spectrum.
Saba wants to break the taboo around forced marriage.
A teenager wants people with invisible illnesses to be taken seriously.
A group from Aylesbury wants professionals to be more understanding of young carers.
A group of teenagers want people to see the positive impact they have in their community.
Luke is highlighting how chronic illnesses affect young people
Bonnie wants people with mental health conditions to be treated equally
Alisa* wants professionals to recognise when young people are being abused
Wrexham teens are holding an event to encourage young people to use their voices for good.
Matthew wants those with mental health issues to be listened to.
Alice is showing young people the dangers of fraud.
Kate wants people to talk to someone they trust about their mental health
Summer is showing young mums living in supported accommodation that there is help available.
Heidi and her team show the positive side of being a young carer.
Dionne wants to increase awareness of endometriosis.
Julie wants people to better understand the role of young carers.
Georgia wants the police to be better trained when dealing with people in mental health crisis
Mac is highlighting the reality of life for teens growing up in rural communities
Tomasz wants to increase awareness of lupus
Chloe wants to see better public access for young disabled people.
Josh wants professionals to engage more with young people who care for relatives with mental health conditions.
Nicole is encouraging young people to be more open about their mental health.
Kirstie is educating teens about mental health awareness
Alizeh is highlighting the benefits of religious education
Andrew wants young people to have a better understanding of autism
Jessica and Sandra are encouraging young carers to look after themselves
Lyla wants to change attitudes in the south Asian community towards disability
Ashleigh is encouraging young people to befriend the elderly
Manus wants to highlight the negative effects of social media
Thirza wants teachers to better understand what life is like for young carers
Nick wants young unemployed people to recognise their self-worth
Jack and his team are helping young people to cope with moving home.
Kayleigh wants people to celebrate their differences.
Fixers is a project of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust, funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, and featured on ITV.