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The representative for severely disabled persons supports employees in the selection of aids and the application to the responsible cost units or refers to the respective responsible units in the company.

E-mail: sbv@uni-bielefeld.de

Phone: 0521 106 - 4201

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The ZAB supports employees and trainees with disabilities, chronic-somatic and chronic-psychological illnesses in selecting and applying for suitable portable aids.

Portable aids or assistive technologies include, for example, noise protection headphones, mobile inductive hearing systems or the free ZAB app UniMaps. Permanently installed work aids can be lifting devices, pollen protection grids, monitor swivel arms and much more.

At the ZAB, various aids and assistive technologies can be tested and, if necessary, temporarily borrowed. In this way, the individually suitable aid can be found and the sometimes long application period with the responsible cost units can be bridged.

Aids to compensate for visual impairments

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  • Papenmeier BRAILLEX EL 80s
  • VisioBook from the company Baum
  • Steller Pocket II incl. Steller HK-5 camera, 2x Steller battery P6,4", Steller power adapter Pocket P6,4" 12V DC/2000mA and power supply, battery charger for Pocket battery P6,4", multifunction bag Pocket P6,4"
  • Enhanced Vision Acrobat HD Ultra, incl. stand and bag
  • 2x monitor swivel arms
  • monocular 4,2x12 from the company Eschenbach
  • electronic magnifier Mano with a 3,5" TFT screen from the company Reinecker
  • reading wand from the company Eschenbach
  • Steller V-Tab with Windows 8.1, Steller HD mini camera and Steller TK6 camera
  • Bluetooth large character keyboard
  • Long stick
  • UniMaps

Aids to compensate for hearing impairments

The university also has 5 mobile inductive hearing aids from Beyerdynamic.

Important: In order to use these aids, the hearing aids or the processors of the implants must have an activated T-coil.

Aids to compensate for mobility restrictions

  • height adjustable bar tables
  • Wheelchair
  • UniMaps

Further information:

The university has mobile inductive hearing systems from the company Beyerdynamic, which can also be borrowed via the equipment loan service.

If required, employees can apply to the AGUS staff office for VDU workplace glasses.

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