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Plan integral de atención a las personas con discapacidad (2010-2012) (Comprehensive plan of attention to persons with disabilities (2010-2012))

Navarra Government Gobierno de Navarra Country Resources Disability Strategies and Plans Navarra 20 December 2010 Policy document disability, Social Inclusion, social security, social services

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Plan which aims to describe the features of people with disabilities and with disability and dependent living in Navarre.
The plan identifies four types of activities for people with disability: having to do with their integration into the educational system and training, those relating to training oriented towards labor incorporation, those relating to employment and manifestations of employment, unemployment and disability, and finally, regarding the ways and means to enjoy leisure time.

Plan que pretende describir los rasgos de este colectivo formado por las personas con
discapacidad y discapacidad con dependencia que viven en Navarra.
El plan analiza cuatro tipos de actividades de las personas con
discapacidad: las que tienen que ver con su integración en el sistema educativo y los niveles de formación alcanzados; las relativas a la formación orientada a la incorporación laboral; las referidas al mundo laboral y sus manifestaciones de empleo, paro e incapacidad laboral y, por último, las relacionadas con los modos y maneras de disfrutar del tiempo libre.

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