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At different times in your life you may need extra advice and support to help you into work. Whether you are a lone parent, disabled, leaving school or college, over 50, or simply out of work, there's practical help available.
If you are a lone parent and worried about your finances, need help with childcare, or you're thinking about work but don't know where to start, there is help and advice available.

Important changes to benefits for lone parents
From November 2008, there are important changes to benefits for lone parents. The change is one of several changes to how the current benefit system works.

These changes may affect your benefit if you are already claiming Income Support as a lone parent or if you make a new claim to benefit as a lone parent from November 2008
If you have a disability, have a health condition, have been seriously injured, or are caring for someone, there is support available to you. There is help and advice if you're unable to work, looking for work or may be looking for work in the future.

Mencap has produced a number of useful guides including 'Making it Work' which offers help to people with a learning disability who may be considering getting a job, and 'Making it Work for Parents and Carers' which can help you if the person you care for has learning disabilities and is looking for a job.
Moving from school, college or university into work can be a big step. Even if you have a firm idea of where you want to be, the best way to get there is not always clear. But there are lots of opportunities and help available, including getting the experience you need and financial help for training.
If you're out of work, it can take time to find another job, regardless of your age. However, there are specialist programmes, resources and information available to the over 50's to help you find work or learn new skills.
Whatever your circumstances, if you are looking for a job or wondering how you can increase the chances of getting the work you want, there's advice and support. The Out of Work Guide includes practical help on ways into work and financial support when looking for work.
  

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