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Royal Decree 3,/ Ministerio de Economía. Real Decreto 3,/ de 11 de noviembre por el que se crea el Fondo de Garantía de Depósitos . Decree 3,/, which regulates social welfare in Brazil, defines that the main attributions of Vocational Rehabilitation are (Brasil, BRASIL. Decreto nº. Download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd. Flag for . DECRETO DE 28 Aug Por medio del cual se modifica el Decreto de.
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Studies on vocational rehabilitation, occupational therapy and work, and dexreto therapy and vocational rehabilitation were also part of these references. Instituto Nacional do Seguro Social. The field works as an interface between the Social Welfare system, Cecreto, Education and policies and actions of Labor and Employment. Sickness benefits will be suspended when the insured stops their medical exams, treatments and the process of vocational decrreto provided by the Social Welfare system, except for surgical treatment and blood transfusion, being reinstated the moment the motive that caused the suspension ceases to exist, as long as the incapacity remains Brasil, c BRASIL.
According to Lancman et al. None of them classified it as excellent. Moreover, the therapists expected having more significant interventions inside the companies, which would go from increasing the analyses of work posts to bringing awareness regarding the principles, goals and actions of Vocational Rehabilitation.
In addition, some statements considered that Vocational Rehabilitation, despite of its limitations and the life conditions of the insureds, which are usually hard, may represent an decrero to choose a new work path and to even create new relationships with work. Vocational Rehabilitation is the field of knowledge production and development of propositions and actions linked to the processes of returning to work needed by individuals that for many reasons require interventions to restart their professional lives, whether in common work activities – for those, adaptations and adjustments may be made – or through preparation for starting a new job.
Authors’ contribution Bregalda, under the guidance of Lopes, conducted the research that led to this text; both of them contributed to its conception, writing and review. After these answers were tabulated, we conducted in-depth interviews with six of these therapists to enhance the reflections on the themes of the questionnaire. When discussing the lacking structure of work on a global scale, the author affirms that the Brazilian circumstances are dire, and that during the s the industrial and service sectors went through a significant productive restructuring owing to the new international work division, which required changes in production organization and in its processes of territorial redistribution.
It is necessary to discuss those who do not work, not because they are not capable, but because there is no work for them – there is no place for these individuals who are stuck between the obligation of working and the impossibility of doing so according to regulations.
From the 37 therapists which decided to do so, five said they did not believe in the program and 32, i. Part of the interviewees said their work is important to transform the work view of the insureds.
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Its goals encompassed readopting a more bauxar perspective of the process of Vocational Rehabilitation and of policies on the health of workers, together with the Ministries of Baixxar, Labor and Employment and Education, proposing a new creation and training of multidisciplinary staffs.
Similarly, starting from the s, the number decretto outsourcing companies that provide temporary workforce increased significantly in the country, aiming to meet the large demand of the private market for temporary workers, with no employment registration or relationship Antunes, ANTUNES, R. We would like to thank the occupational therapists that made this study possible by sharing their experiences, opinions and reflections with us. The following topics were discussed: More specifically, the interviewees expressed other fundamental issues for the difficulties faced by the insureds regarding their perspectives of returning to work, such as a work history based on heavy activities and the fear of unemployment.
In addition, some of them had space for commentary and additional observations.
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The last two questions were open-ended and allowed participants to discuss more freely the Vocational Rehabilitation of the INSS and occupational therapy in the area. We believe a combined effort is required to help workers edcreto through a path that leads to a new professional activity, based on their vocational abilities and beliefs regarding work, considering the complexity inherent to the process. This article presents part of these results and discussions with the purpose of analyzing the challenges and possibilities of Vocational Rehabilitation in the INSS, focusing on the practices and concepts of occupational therapists that work in the area.
The interviewed participants brought up the importance of considering that each insured needs a different amount of time to accept their new life condition – being on work leave – as well as for understanding and accepting the Program. However, the fact that the therapists affirmed that the knowledge produced is insufficient to support their work and concepts regarding vocational rehabilitation, owing to the lack of works that link occupational therapy and the process of an individual returning to work after a leave of absence, emphasize the need for more researches such as this one.
Vocational rehabilitation aspires to provide means for workers to reenter the job market, being associated with health, education, and labor and employment. During the interviews, work was mentioned as a central element in the chain of signified and signifiers of human making, which is in accordance with the centrality of work mentioned by Castel, CASTEL, R.
In spite of the origin of occupational therapy being related to the field of Vocational Rehabilitation, there is a lack of studies that link both of them. As a result, the field of Worker’s Health was constituted posteriorly to Vocational Rehabilitation and assumed a critical position due to the concepts and attention given to Brazilian workers at the time end of the sespecially in the health sector.
Moreover, it allowed us to observe important characteristics of the work processes in large urban centers such as the large population, partially due to the search for work and employment relationships, the considerable amount of psychosocial care units for workers and the phenomena of illness and work accidents. A number of factors imply that their performance at the INSS is more negative than positive, which could be related to structural issues of the program.
It is necessary to reformulate the laws on Vocational Rehabilitation and the social protection of workers to go beyond ensuring a few rights which are limited to a year of job security in cases of work accidents or vocational diseases and mechanisms that compensate the insertion such as the Quota Law.
Lastly, an occupational therapist that had been working at the Institute since also gave us an interview, providing a historic survey of Vocational Rehabilitation and of the work of occupational therapists within the INSS and defending the incorporation of occupational therapy into the INSS. At the end of the answers to the questionnaire, the participants had the possibility to express their opinion regarding their belief or lack thereof in the Vocational Rehabilitation Program.
We attended only the beneficiaries part of the Vocational Rehabilitation Program which were sent by the 19 Groups of Medical Experts. Ina literature review carried out by the two main Brazilian journals in the area – Cadernos de Terapia Ocupacional from UFSCar and the Revista de Terapia Ocupacional from USP – showed that only two publications mentioned the theme, with just one of them discussing the contributions of occupational therapy for the field.
The issue is very delicate, since a concept of work constructed throughout an entire career cannot be deconstructed – nor should it be – due to risky conditions of the labor market and to the fact that many of these workers did not have the possibility of assigning different meanings to their work regarding the choice of what to do or exercising their potential. Data were collected through a questionnaire sent to occupational therapists, as well as through interviews with some of them.
The health sector was then expanded to include vocational rehabilitation measures, with the purpose of developing interventions that did not consider workers as their only object and that took into account, as stated by Lacaz, LACAZ, F.
To contextualize these reflections, we initially make some observations on the situation of Brazilian workers and on the transformations seen in the labor market and in Vocational Rehabilitation in the country. The construction of a public policy of vocational rehabilitation requires: Moreover, they should know the labor market so that they become more capable to meet the existing baixae.
Other measures are required to guarantee better conditions for workers in their return to work and stay at work, not only for rehabilitated individuals, but for the entire Brazilian working class. Automation, robotics and microelectronics were developed during a recession period and caused many workers to leave the workforce, and the proposals of more flexibility, deregulation, and privatization gained strength with the federal neoliberalism of the late s and early s Antunes, ANTUNES, R.
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