Health, disability and becoming a health and care professional
Disabled people have a positive contribution to make to the professions we regulate. Having a disability should not be seen as a barrier to becoming a health and care professional or becoming registered by us
We have produced guidance on becoming a health and care professional which you may find useful if you are:
- a disabled person who is considering becoming a health and care professional;
- a disabled student who is training to become a health and care professional;
- a careers advisor who is giving advice to disabled people;
- working in education and training and making decisions about disabled students applying to an approved programme;
- teaching, supervising or supporting disabled students on approved programmes or practice placements; or
- an occupational health professional making assessments about disabled students.
Click here to download the publication.
You can also view the information in this section of the website, and watch our video below: