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Topic: Disability Rights | Show questions and answers for all topics
If your injury happened less than two years ago, your injury on duty case should still be open.
You can apply for a disability grant at your nearest SASSA office.
You can call a family meeting or approach an organisation that helps families having marital problems.
The disability grant is only available to people aged 19 to 59.
If your WCA claim was still being assessed, then yes. But it is unclear whether you can apply for UIF now.
Yes, but only if you still pass the means test.
The municipality should help you, but you may have better luck contacting a humanitarian organisation.
Yes, the municipality is supposed to give preference to a disabled person applying for an RDP house.
The employer is not obliged to retain an employee who is permanently incapacitated if her working circumstances cannot be adapted.
Sometimes, but ultimately it is up to SASSA's discretion