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You can ask your employer for reasonable adjustments when any aspect of your working arrangements, including the building or place of work or your working hours, puts you at a substantial disadvantage compared to a non-disabled person doing your job.
However, there is no exact definition about what is or is not ‘reasonable,’ and factors such as the cost and difficulty in making the adjustment and the size of the employer will be taken into account. Generally, an adjustment is likely to be considered reasonable if it is not too expensive considering the resources of the employer and the type of business.
Helpful adjustments that would not generally be too expensive could include:
In talking to your employer, it may be useful to have some suggestions ready of changes that would help you.