This article describes selected findings from a research study examining the travel experiences (including walking, using public transport, cars, bikes, or taxis) of people experiencing mental health difficulties, specifically in relation to travelling to learning or work. The research sits within the Mental Health Partnership Programme run by the National Institute of Adult Continuing Education, the Learning and Skills Council and the Inclusion Institute, which works to improve access to and success in learning for adults experiencing mental health difficulties.
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