Paralympian sets up rec firm to bridge disability employment gap

The stigma surrounding disability generates profound employment barriers. However, former Paralympic swimmer, Liz Johnson, who was born with cerebral palsy, has launched a new firm with a mission to transform employment for disabled people.
Johnson has started a two-stage process to launch her new recruitment consultancy, named The Ability People (TAP), which will be exclusively staffed by individuals living with disabilities.
The main concentration of the business venture is securing employment for both able-bodied and disabled jobseekers, as well as supporting graduates and school leavers.
Read how she did it here