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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Vocational Rehabilitation is also a duty baisar to Normative Instruction 45 fromarticle Acknowledgements We would like to thank the occupational therapists that made this study possible by sharing their experiences, opinions and reflections with us. As such, this article discusses the possible contributions of occupational therapy, baixag its technical and political aspects, for dealing with the demands related to the processes of decreasing the work capacity of the subjects and actions that may lead them back to work activities.

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 3084 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.

Their coordination is necessary to prepare the insured for their return to the labor market, which usually involves following their condition through the health network, investing in improving or restructuring their education and their preparation secreto institutions of vocational education. Hence, it is a possibility for insureds to return to the labor market without any employment relationship, or to stay at the companies in which they have this relationship.

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. Nevertheless, they believe in enhancing this structure and single out the need to increase the possibilities it offers for a larger participation and responsibility of companies, creating a combined effort with other governmental sectors and the civil society, in addition to expanding and reformulating the legislation on vocational rehabilitation bwixar Brazil.

As the selected interview was very comprehensive, new categories were identified only in the reading of the second interview.

We attended only the beneficiaries part of the Vocational Rehabilitation Program which were sent by the 19 Groups of Medical Experts. This approach was the last one, more directly related to the Workshop. Their largest concern is not related to working, but to not finding any work. Initially, we chose one of the interviews as reference and after reading it many times we were able to define the themes that were used as data categories, which increased as the other interviews were read.


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During the interviews, we realized that this opinion is related to the fact that the processes of returning and staying at the job require not only improving the structure of the program, but an urgent coordination with other governmental sectors that should share this responsibility, such as the Ministries of Labor and Employment, Education and Health, to build a set of actions that revolve around attention and care with the worker’s health, better educational conditions, encompassing vocational education as well, and more and better opportunities for a new insertion in the labor market.

We provided treatment at the Vocational Rehabilitation, working with joint mobility, muscular strength, coordination, training ADLs [Activities of Daily Living] and IADLs [Instrumental Activities of Daily Living], in addition to assessing their return to work, which was the last thing we did, obviously. 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.

However, they did not mention that this type of action is not very effective in an unstable and excluding labor market, and when the legislation for the social protection of workers is lacking.

In addition, some statements considered that Vocational Rehabilitation, despite of its limitations and the life conditions of drcreto insureds, which are usually hard, may represent an opportunity to choose a new work path and to even create new relationships with work. The informal labor market increased, violating labor law and causing many employees to stop earning wages and start working without any employment registration.

The issue is very delicate, since a bxixar 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.

In this sense, Collective Health is considered a nucleus demarcation of the identity of an area of knowledge and professional practice of the field of Health, which has as some of its main attributions: We will present data referring to the questionnaires, providing a general overview of the topics studied by the research and especially those that resulted from the in-depth interviews, owing to relevant markers found on the reports of the interviews therapists.

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. Based on these reflections and on the work of Vocational Rehabilitation, we aimed at understanding how occupational therapy contributes to the return of individuals to work, within the Program of Vocational Rehabilitation of the INSS.


Regarding the future of the program, Seven in-person interviews were conducted and the reports were registered through a digital voice recorder and completely transcribed. Nevertheless, the identification dcereto the events and the fact that in some moments they are considered during the elaboration of the projects for bringing the insureds back to work is an important advancement, as it goes beyond the work incapacity that focuses on the limitations caused by their clinical state.

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Their services are often restricted to death counting and “posthumous” surveillance of the worker’s health, and it is difficult to implement 0348 promotion and surveillance as defined by the National Worker’s Health Policy Carvalho et al. Data were collected through a questionnaire sent to occupational therapists, as well as through interviews with some of them.

The main topics discussed were: This is an exploratory research, since studies and publications on the topic are lacking, and it had the purpose of getting closer to the studied reality to explain it, leading to reflections about it.

Sickness benefits will be suspended when the insured stops their medical exams, treatments and the process of vocational rehabilitation provided by the Social Welfare system, except for surgical treatment and blood transfusion, being reinstated the moment the 30048 that caused the suspension ceases to exist, as secreto as the incapacity remains Brasil, c BRASIL.

However, although the process of returning to work is often interpreted based on its inherent complexity, with at least a partial understanding of its many factors, the therapists see that the only possibility is decdeto job appropriate for the individual, depending on how they are able or capable to adapt to a new work situation in the company with which they have an employment relationship.

Revista Uniandrade, Curitiba, v. During the in-depth interviews, a few aspects of Vocational Rehabilitation were brought up, such as: Hence, more contact with companies, informing their managers and other employers about the legislation and the situations experienced by workers on, as well as their potentials, and creating opportunities for trainings of vocational rehabilitation for positions compatible with these potentials are essential for the insureds to return to work performing activities that leave both employee and company satisfied.