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September 14, 2021 11:33 am

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New employees help organize documents and keep track of information materials at the counters.

Centers “My Documents” supported the initiative on employment of those living in city boarding houses – 61 Muscovites with mental disabilities began to work in more than 30 offices of state services. Several more candidates are currently being interviewed. At every stage – from hiring to completing work tasks – they are assisted by curators from the boarding houses and My Documents centers.

“In the offices of“ My Documents ”, new employees carry out internal work of a technical nature in the position of a specialist: they organize documents by cells, monitor the availability of information materials at the counters. The division of responsibilities among the new team members allows more experienced employees of the centers to focus on receiving visitors, ”she said.

Anastasia Rakova, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Social Development.

The goal of the project is to create an unobstructed space for the life of people with mental disabilities. In boarding schools they are engaged in their socialization and adaptation to the urban environment. One of the key tools in this matter is employment: a person learns not only to make money, but also to realize his personal potential, he becomes independent and confident in his abilities.

There are 20 psycho-neurological boarding schools in Moscow, in which about 12 thousand people live. Psychologists work with them, who analyze the interests and abilities of people in order to determine what kind of work they can do. Today, more than 370 people living in boarding schools have been employed, 145 people are employed in public catering enterprises, in city hospitals or polyclinics in administrative and economic positions.

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