Active inclusion of young people with disabilities or health problems: National report – Slovakia

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22 Οκτώβριος 2012
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In Slovakia, the most popular measure to support the employment of young people with health problems or disabilities is a public subsidy for employers and for self-employment to establish sheltered workshops or sheltered workplaces and to cover the related running costs. Some social and work rehabilitation programmes are provided by specialised centres (in Bratislava for physically disabled people and in Levoča for visually impaired people) or by employment support agencies (in May 2011 59 agencies in total provided assistance to people with all types of disabilities in Slovakia). The available data revealed that employment support measures were provided mainly for people with disabilities over 25 years of age. Read more on this topic.

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    Active inclusion of young people with disabilities or health problems: National report – Slovakia

    In Slovakia, the most popular measure to support the employment of young people with health problems or disabilities is a public subsidy for employers and for self-employment to establish sheltered workshops or sheltered workplaces and to cover the related running costs. Some social and work rehabilitation programmes are provided by specialised centres (in Bratislava for physically disabled people and in Levoča for visually impaired people) or by employment support agencies (in May 2011 59 agencies in total provided assistance to people with all types of disabilities in Slovakia). The available data revealed that employment support measures were provided mainly for people with disabilities over 25 years of age.

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