Access to work

Access to Work can pay up to 100 per cent of the approved costs if you are:

unemployed and starting a new job
self-employed
working for an employer and have been in the job for less than six weeks
Whatever your employment status, Access to Work will also pay up to 100 per cent of the approved costs of help with:
support workers
fares to work
communicator support at interview

http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/disabledpeople/employmentsupport/workschemesandprogrammes/dg_4000347

Access to Work pays a proportion of the costs of support if all of the following apply to you:

you're working for an employer
you've been in the job for six weeks or more
you need special equipment

The precise level of cost sharing is determined as follows:

employers with 1 to 9 employees will not be expected to share costs
employers with 10 to 49 employees will pay the first £300 and 20 per cent of costs up to £10,000
employers with 50 to 249 employees will pay the first £500 and 20 per cent of costs up to £10,000
large employers with 250 or more employees will pay the first £1,000 and 20 per cent of costs up to £10,000
After between one and three years, Access to Work will review your circumstances and the support you're receiving.