Equality of disability with a severe disability Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

People are severely disabled if they have a degree of disability (GdB) of at least 50. Special rules apply to the employment of severely disabled persons. In order to obtain or obtain a job, you can apply for the equality of your disability with a severe disability if you have been found to have a degree of disability of less than 50 but at least 30. NOTE: For disabled persons with equal leave, the special rules apply to severely disabled persons (according to the Ninth Book of the Social Code, Part 2) with the exception of the right to additional leave and free transport by public transport. Vocational training Disabled young people and young adults are also treated as disabled people during periods of vocational training in establishments and departments, even if the degree of disability is less than 30 or a degree of disability has not been established. Is. No application is required for this. NOTE: The special rules for severely disabled people do not apply to young people and young adults on an equal footing. However, the training employers receive subsidies on the costs of vocational training from the Integration Office.

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Application for equality at the Employment Agency Declaration or other communication on the degree of disability Application for grants for the costs of vocational training with the Integration Office Disabled young people and young adults during vocational training: informed about benefits for participation in working life or Opinion of the Employment Agency


You can submit the application for equality to the Employment Agency informally (orally, by telephone, in writing).

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