About Supported Employment Solutions

Supported Employment Solutions consists of seven voluntary organisations which help support people with disabilities and health conditions look for and gain employment. These seven organisations are:

AMH (Action Mental Health)

AMH are committed to promoting positive health and wellbeing. AMH supports clients to lead independent lives by providing services that meet their needs. AMH helps their clients to build a positive and meaningful future. AMH promotes the positive links between health and work and supports people with mental health issues to find and stay in employment. AMH gives those who lack work experience, the opportunity to develop confidence and skills in a work environment through employment programmes, volunteering and supported work environments.

Clients are “Working it Out” with AMH, whether it be through personal development training, work placements, living a healthier lifestyle, or developing friendships and social networks – all of which have a positive impact on their mental health and wellbeing.



Cedar delivers a range of services that enable people with disabilities to get the most out of life and to be fully included in their communities. Our services are centred around the individual needs of each person and are delivered throughout Northern Ireland.

Our Vision is a society accessible to all. Our Mission is to provide exceptional services that support children and adults with disabilities to participate in all aspects of community life.


Adapt NI

Adapt NI provide specialist employment & training services for Deaf, hearing loss and tinnitus communities across Northern Ireland.

​The AdaptNI team are Deaf, Hearing Loss and Tinnitus Aware, with a combined 32 years of experience supporting our Northern Ireland communities.  AdaptNI are dedicated to ensuring real change not only happens but is maintained throughout a career journey. The sky is the limit, we are prepared to Adapt Northern Ireland to ensure the barriers are removed!

Action on Hearing Loss

Mencap – The voice of learning disability

We work in partnership with people with a learning disability, and all our services support people to live life as they choose. Our work includes providing high-quality, flexible services that allow people to live as independently as possible in a place they choose and campaigning for the changes that people with a learning disability want.

We have strong relations with a local network of more than 500 affiliated groups. Our local groups are individual charities in their own right, but we work closely with them to ensure people with a learning disability and their families have support locally as well as nationally.



NOW works with people with learning disabilities, difficulties and those on the Autistic Spectrum to help them gain qualifications and life/work experience and support them move into jobs with a future. NOW’s work is about social inclusion and leads to the people they work with having better health, a better education and a brighter future.

NOW place collaboration at the heart of their delivery working closely with public, private and 3rd sector organisations and employers to bring a wealth of resources to our working relationships.



We support over 250 people with a learning disability each year in Belfast in employment each year. We do this through specialist employment service and social enterprise.

Orchardville’s Mission is To work in partnership with young people and adults with learning disability to prepare them for employment and greater independence.

The Orchardville Society

RNIB – Supporting blind and partially sighted people

Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is the leading charity offering information, support and advice to almost two million people with sight loss.

If you or a loved one has a sight problem, we can help. We have practical ways to help you live with sight loss. We’ve got advice to help you travel, shop and manage your money and finances independently. We’ve also got advice on technology for blind and partially sighted people.