Brief description of the project:
As a rule, people with health problems who are covered by SGB II
also receive long-term benefits. LAUT offers them a modular program that ranges from day-structuring measures with a driving service to work trials in a protected and company setting to support in employment.
What is innovative about the project?
The peer approach is also tried out in an innovative way: successful "experts" coach those affected on an equal footing. In the sense of a contact point for all inclusive concerns, the project network also positions itself as an expert for employers on issues relating to the employment of people with disabilities. An important component is clever public relations work.
- People with expected or incipient rehabilitation needs
- People with mental impairments
- People with dependency disorders
- People from the eligible target group with specific situation regarding early intervention and/or rehabilitation
Number of participants: 500
Funding policy objectives:
To test innovative services and/or measures that are suitable
- to prevent a chronic illness or impending disability
- to maintain or restore earning capacity
- to counteract an impending (partial) reduction in earning capacity
- to improve social and job participation
Topics of the model project:
- Cooperation between agents
- individualized needs orientation/service provision
- early intervention
- aftercare and participation