A person may be considered disabled if he can not fully perform certain vital functions: to see, to walk, to carry out something with his hands and so on.
In order to obtain a disability, you must comply with the requirements of the employees of the organization.
The concept of 'disability' is common and maydivided into disability for health reasons. For example, a person may be visually impaired, according nevrologii- a person can not be finite, and so on.
If a person is not able to performvital functions, a physician must send it to a special medical and social expertise. Experts are required to submit as many documents confirming the fact of inability to perform vital functions. On the Commission is necessary to defend their rights, explaining that the presence of a particular disease prevents a full life.
Some of the documents necessary for registration of disability
- The direction of the medical and social expertise
- Passport and a photocopy of passport
- A certified copy of the work book
- outpatient card
- Extract from the medical institutions, as well as photocopies
- An application for certification
- Characteristics of a place of work or study
It should not be only limited to thelist in the formation of package of documents. It is possible that in the medical-social examination you will be asked to provide additional documents proving the existence of the disease, giving you the right to a disability.
A person is permanently disabled when both eyes see nothing and treatments ineffective. You can get a disability group in the following cases:
- Group 1 is given when a person does not see anything either visual acuity eye that sees better, not more than 0.04
- 2 group can be obtained by visual acuity from 0.05 to 0.1
- Group 3 disability set when the visual acuity on the eye seeing better in the range 0.1 to 0.3
There is a list of diseasesneurological, with which you can get this or that group of disability. In order to qualify for this, a candidate for the disabled must prove conclusively the presence of his respective disease, giving him the right to one group or another disability.