darkmorgado wrote:Given the fact people can work independantly from home straight forward tasks such as data entry would at least give structure and a path back to full time employment.nickthegun wrote:O_OChopsen wrote:My mrs, who is something of a facist, always says 'why couldnt they sit at home and stuff envelopes?' or similar.Dougs wrote:Exactly, and I have actually seen this work for some people. Admittedly in a minority, but baby steps and all that. The previous system was quite binary. If you got signed off for doing your current role due to something, it was quite easy to lapse in to being labelled as incapable of any work ever. Which is obviously not the case for many, possibly most, people.
It's about finding the types of work they could do though, and I'm sure most people with disabilities can do some kind of work and want to.
The longer someone is out of the workforce the more miniscule the chance becomes of ever them building a career.