You will need
- - passport;
- - the statement;
- - direction;
- - fresh tests and necessary examinations;
- - extract from the history of the disease.
Disability group can assign the Federal state medical institution on the basis of which medico-social expert Commission. On the basis of the documents submitted, the Commission determines the disability group. With the presence of diabetes insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus and associated disease lasting health damage with partial or full disability may designate the first, second or third group disability indefinitely.
Indefinite disability means that the person does not need to undergo annual number of examinations and re-examination to qualify for disability.
For registration of disability need to contact the local doctor, to get directions on the required examinations. All tests and examinations must be fresh. If a person cannot walk independently, it can be done in a hospital. Must also be submitted an extract from the medical history, passport, statement from the patient, the direction of the clinic or hospital, certified by the chief doctor of the medical institution.
Which will assign a degree, depends on the results of surveys and statements of medical history, presented to the Commission.
With the presence of indefinite disability groups need 2-3 times a year to undergo inpatient treatment for maintenance therapy.
With the assigned disability group for diabetes the person has the right to some state benefits. The benefits include: free provision of medicines, 50% discount on all types of transport from 1 October to 15 may each year, free travel on urban and suburban transport, free health resort treatment and travel costs of an accompanying person. People with diabetes of the first type included in the category of beneficiaries for getting free social housing out of turn, 50% discount on utilities.
Advice 2 : How to apply for disability for diabetes
Diabetes is a serious disease. With insufficient control of blood sugar levels is the malfunction of vital organs and the person partially or completely loses its efficiency. To get disability, you should contact the local doctor.
You will need
- - extract from a case history with the results of the surveys;
- - direction;
- - passport;
- - the pension insurance certificate;
- - medical insurance policy;
- - a statement.
Please contact your doctor. If you have been sick with diabetes, then the doctor knows all about your illness and the card you have stamped on the courses of treatment. Diabetes is the specificity of the endocrinologist, but the direction on mediko-the social expert Commission prescribes primary care physician, as with all areas of the survey that will be required for consideration of the question of disability.
You will write directions for common tests and analyses on the level of sugar in the blood and urine with load and without load, ECG, examination of all organs that have suffered as a result of the increased sugar level.
After passing all the necessary examinations refer back to the therapist. The doctor will make all survey results in the map that you will submit to the Commission, and will also make a statement of your health history briefly describe the duration of the disease and passed courses of treatment in outpatient and inpatient settings. You will receive direction. Sign it at the chief physician of the polyclinic and set a square and stamp the company seal at the reception.
All the tests are valid for 14 days, so during this period you need to have time to get on Board, otherwise you will have to pass the tests.
When contacting the Commission write a statement to present the passport, the insurance pension certificate, medical, poly, direction, extract from the medical history, as results of tests and examinations.
Based on the results, after a personal conversation with you, the Commission decides what kind of disability you provide. Disability depends on the extent of involvement of different organs and how you have lost the efficiency.
According to the Government decree 95 and the order of the health Ministry 1013, insulin-dependent diabetes is assigned to an indefinite group of disability if the result of a disease partly or completely lost working capacity.