Workplace Health Assessments

Working To Wellbeing supports businesses struggling with health related absence, by providing workplace health assessments for employees who are currently

on a prolonged absence from work, or are struggling to remain at work.

Our expertise lies not only in providing assessment and advice following a management referral, but we also provide specialist

case management, incorporating health coaching to enable employees to return to, and to thrive at work.

We specialise in supporting people with cancer, mental health, neurodivergence, menopause and long-term health conditions.

How we can help

Specialist Vocational Rehabilitation

Working To Wellbeing’s multidisciplinary team consists of specialist HCPC-registered clinicians who are trained in vocational rehabilitation. This means we are able to deliver and manage a full range of support for your employees, taking the pressure off employers from having to source individual services.

Guiding Your Next Steps

If you’re unsure about the next steps to take regarding an employee’s health, we can assist you. Our team of HCPC-registered clinicians specialises in guiding employers on how to meet legal requirements while also ensuring that they can offer the necessary support to their employees.

Employer Engagement

We work closely with employers, where consent is given, allowing them to understand their employee’s health condition and the impact it can have on work. We can also help with wellbeing action planning, support line managers to implement a return to work plan and make reasonable adjustments.

Return To Work Planning

Following an assessment, our team can support with return to work planning, this includes making suggestions for reasonable adjustments as well as recommendations for further support through health coaching, which we can provide. We may also signpost to other services or funding schemes such as Access To Work.

Workplace Health Assessments – Frequently Asked Questions

Workplace Health Assessments can be made on a case-by-case basis and do not require any contracts for potential future referrals.

You can choose to buy a single assessment and advice package or a fully managed service, to ensure a sustained return to work.


For pricing information, please email us at, or visit the contact page here.

Following assessment, further support may be recommended for an employee which can include health coaching, which we can provide.
For further information about health coaching, visit our Work Support Service landing page (coming soon).

Our multidisciplinary team clinical team consist of Psychologists, CBT Therapists, Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists.

Our clinicians are all HCPC-registered and are specialists in supporting people with long-term health conditions. The conditions we support include:

  • Cancer
  • Long Covid
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Neurodiversity
  • Fibromyalgia

  • Persistent pain
  • Menopause
  • Physical illness and injury
  • Stroke
  • Cardiac and respiratory conditions

  • Neurological conditions
  • Diabetes
  • Mild to moderate mental health problems
  • Palliative support

How do I refer? 

Please complete our referral form here: 

Are you an SME based in Lancashire or Cumbria?

The Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) and the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) are trialing a new workplace health assessment discount scheme called ‘Get a workplace health assessment to support an employees’s health and disability.’

If your business is based in Lancashire or Cumbria and has up to 250 employees, you may be eligible for an 80% discount on a workplace health assessment for your employees.

Working To Wellbeing has been listed as a provider of workplace health assessments as part of the scheme. As vocational rehabilitation specialists for people with chronic health conditions & cancer, we can support you in offering return to work assessments & plans or management referrals in supporting an employee with a long-term health condition at work. You can find us on the list of providers once you have registered your interest in taking part. For further information and to register, visit the DWP form by clicking the button below.


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