The counselling centre, in cooperation with the severely handicapped employee representatives and the inclusion officer, works towards enabling equal opportunities for employees with a severe disability:
The severely handicapped employee representatives at Ansbach University of Applied Sciences can recommend and support the application for recognition of a severe disability.
In the implementation of equal opportunities, we are guided, among other things, by the applicable laws, such as the Book 9 of the Social Code (SGB IX - duty of care and promotion), the Bavarian Disability Equality Act (BayBGG - promoting employment opportunities for people with disabilities), the Bavarian Inclusion Policy and the Bavarian Constitution (art. 118a - no discrimination against people with disabilities).
You can find the contact details of the severely handicapped employee representatives as well as their tasks in the context of the university under the following link: Severely Disabled Representation Ansbach University of Applied Sciences
Here you can find information and advice on the following topics:
The severely handicapped employee representatives
In working life, there are special duties of the employer and protection rights in favour of severely disabled people. The severely handicapped employee representatives represent the interests of severely disabled people or people with equal status to severely disabled people and assist them.
The tasks of the severely handicapped employee representatives include the integration of severely disabled people into the employment relationship. Integration offices support the severely handicapped employee representatives at the workplace with this task on site. Another aspect is the application for measures for severely disabled people, especially of a preventive nature.
These can be, for example, technical work aids or a subsidy for integration. A first point of contact is the Integration Office (Integrationsamt), in Bavaria the Inclusion Office (Inklusionsamt), and the associated integration special services of the respective district.
Further information can be found under the following links:
Zentrum Bayern Familie und Soziales / Bavarian Centre for Families and Social Affairs:
Zentrum Bayern Familie und Soziales-Inklusionsamt / Inclusion Office
Zentrum Bayern Familie und Soziales-Integrationsfachdienste Bayern / Bavarian Integration Special Services
Integrationsfachdienst Ansbach / Ansbach Integration Special Service
Bezirk Mittelfranken: Leistungen für Menschen mit Behinderung (German)
Bezirk Mittelfranken- Leistungen zur Alltagsbewältigung: Ausgleich behinderungsbedingter Defizite (German)
Employment of severely disabled persons
When filling vacancies at Ansbach University of Applied Sciences, special consideration is given to whether severely disabled people can be employed. The severely handicapped employee representatives must be consulted during the application process and have a comprehensive right to information (§ 178 para. 2 SGB IX - Tasks of the severely handicapped employee representatives).
In return, applicants with a severe disability have the right to refuse the participation of the severely handicapped employee representatives in the application process (section 164 (1) sentence 10 SGB IX - duties of the employer and rights of severely disabled people). They must be informed about this in a neutral manner. If the participation of the severely handicapped employee representatives is desired for the job interview, applicants should please contact the severely handicapped employee representatives personally.
Information for disabled employees:
You will find wheelchair-accessible toilets in the following buildings of the university:
Options for technical support
We would like to inform you about the options for technical support at Ansbach University of Applied Sciences. At Ansbach University of Applied Sciences, for example, it is possible to use document cameras for visually impaired people. The Technical Advisory Service of the Integration Offices is responsible for a barrier-free technical equipment (§ 185 SGB IX - tasks of the Integration Office).
Inclusion Office and specialist integration services:
The Inclusion Office of the Bavarian Centre for Family and Social Affairs (ZBFS) performs the tasks of the Integration Office in Bavaria in accordance with Book 9 of the Social Code. It provides information on all relevant issues concerning the employment of severely disabled employees. Among other things, they support employers in the barrier-free design of workplaces and the development of related employment concepts for employees with severe disabilities or people with equal status to severely disabled people. The Technical Advisory Service of the Integration Offices is responsible for a barrier-free technical equipment (§ 185 SGB IX - tasks of the Integration Office).
The responsible regional offices of the Integration Office determine the degree of disability (GdB) and the associated marks upon application.
The severely disabled person's ID card serves as proof of the rights of severely disabled people to disadvantageous compensations by law.
The application can also be submitted digitally.
The application, explanatory information on the procedure and tips on how to apply can be found under the following links (German):
The commissioned integration services of the integration offices provide on-site support and assistance to severely disabled people and the associated workplaces (§ 193 SGB IX- Integration services-tasks).
Further information can be found under the following links (German):
EUTB Ansbach - Supplementary Independent Participation Advisory Service
The regional specialised offices advise those seeking advice on the topics of rehabilitation assistance and participation, among others, depending on the individual impairment.
You can find more information about the regional office in Ansbach under the following link (German): EUTB-Ansbach
Contact and Information Centre for Self-Help Groups-Ansbach
The responsible staff members support:
Further information can be found under the following link:
Counselling Centre for Mental Health - Social Psychiatric Service - Diakonie Ansbach
For more information, please click on the following link:
Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs
Federal Ministry of Health
Other useful links
Zentrum Bayern Familie und Soziales:
ZBFS: Wegweiser für Menschen mit Behinderung-Rechte und Nachteilsausgleiche
(guide for people with disabilities - rights and compensation for disadvantages in German)
ZB Zeitschrift: Behinderung und Beruf:
Bundesarbeitsgemeinschaft der Integrationsämter-ZB Zeitschrift: Behinderung und Beruf
(Journal Disability and Career in German)
The magazine can be obtained free of charge as a digital edition by subscription.
Integrationsämter-ZB Zeitschrift: Behinderung und Beruf
(German Journal Disability and Occupation)
Publikationen der Integrationsämter:
Bundesarbeitsgemeinschaft der Integrationsämter - Medien und Publikationen
(Publications of the integration offices in German)
Bundesministerium für Arbeit und Soziales:
Bundesministerium für Arbeit und Soziales-einfach teilhaben.de_Thema: Arbeiten
(topic: working in German)
We would like to offer events such as further training or corresponding action days on accessibility and inclusion for students, staff and lecturers at Ansbach University of Applied Sciences.
Course formats in WS 2022/23
Further information and registration for both courses is possible via the following link: BFCD-Kurse_WS_2022/23
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