Supported Employment Survey

Closed 28 Jul 2021

Opened 7 Jul 2021


Supported employment is where people are helped to find a job and then supported to stay in work. The Council is carrying out a review of supported employment services for people with a learning disability, autism, mental health conditions or physical disability in Richmond and Wandsworth.  As part of the review, the Council is asking people about their experiences.

This survey is for:

  • People with a support need who have accessed, or would like to access, employment
  • Employment, education, housing or support providers
  • Health and social care professionals
  • Employers or voluntary organisations supporting people with learning disability, autism, mental health conditions or physical disability
  • Carers, friends and family

We are carrying out this review now because the current contract to provide a supported employment service will end in December 2022.

Have your say

Please give us your views by clicking on the online survey link below. 

Responses to this survey will be confidential. These survey questions are also available in an Easy Read paper version. If you would like an Easy Read paper version of the questionnaire please contact

What happens next?

Your answers to this survey will help us to decide what is important to have in the specification for the new contract.

People with support needs should have a fair chance of getting the right job and of remaining in work.  The information that we collect will be used to help us to achieve this for residents.


  • All Areas


  • Carers
  • People with disabilities
  • People with learning disabilities
  • People with mental health issues
  • Service providers
  • Adults with additional needs


  • Richmond Borough
  • Wandsworth Borough