In this debate we must distinguish between the young and older - those who have been in a long professional life and become sick or injured, and the young who never had the show off.
We in AAP-action speaks probably the most for the group sick and disabled, from 30 years to 67 years, who lose their income (AAP) or get discounts on disability insurance, because of new legislation in folketrygdlovens chapter 11 about Arbeidsavklaringspenger (AAP).Work was medicine Debate
This group the coalition parties don't even want to talk about, or acknowledge that are. In the open room is talking only about young people under 30 years of "easier mental disorders", but not about the older ones from 30 years and upwards, who are sick and disabled.
the AAP is a performance you can get about your ability to work is impaired by at least 50 per cent because of illness or injury. In 2018 there came a new law. The goal was to get more people in work, fewer on disability insurance, and more faster clarified.
the Consequences are fewer in the work, more on disability insurance, and tens of thousands who have lost all their camps because of the law of karens who enter after 3 years on the AAP.
Each time the numbers show something politicians don't like, then it is the law it should be done something with, not the system. When Yesterday Raymond Johansen states that it must now be "more difficult to be granted disability insurance", and that it is "established a "fast track" disability insurance", there is every reason for us to react.Rages against the new regulations: - Are we not worth anything?
We must again remind the politicians that these are the numbers that now come up is a consequence of a willed policy by the government. This is the consequences of the legislative amendment. Never before has the sick and disabled stood further from the workplace than today.
If Pettersen mean I don't want to give the sick a chance, then he has misunderstood completely. Should you have an opportunity, they must basic needs be covered.
When we have a law with a Nav system that takes from the sick and disabled in their areas, and breaks them down as people, so it is natural to ask what the possibilities are. They have impaired ability to work, not finished yet and no performance from the nav, and zero dollars in income.
We must first cover the basic needs that promote good human development and learning. We need to get strengthened in our school system and health care, so the sick and injured get the treatment they need to be as healthy as they can.
We need changes in the national insurance act which provides sick and disabled financial security until they are done openly, up against the work and/or disability insurance. We need a Welfare system that acts supportive and builds up the people, and we need a workforce that includes people with impaired work capacity. This is means that can give the sick and disabled an opportunity - regardless of age.Elisabeth worked in the Nav. Fighting against the mitigation Dagbladet Plus You can submit your article and opinion piece in Dagbladet here
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