New disability portal: what it is, how it works, news

Since 2024, the new disability portal has been available, an innovative website that simplifies access to all INPS services dedicated to people with disabilities. This tool allows you to check the status of applications, view disability reports and transmit health documentation to medical commissions. In this guide, we will explore in detail how the new portal works, who it is aimed at and what are the main changes introduced

What is the new disability portal

The new disability portal was created to offer a single and simplified access point to services and information regarding civil disability, civil blindness, deafness, disability and disability according to current laws. Established on November 29, 2023, as part of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR), the site is designed to improve transparency and simplify interaction with the

How to access the disability portal

Access to the portal takes place through a digital identity, using:

  • SPID (Public Digital Identity System)
  • CIE (Electronic Identity Card)
  • CNS (National Service Card)
  • For those who cannot access independently, it is possible to delegate a trusted person, as required by the INPS regulations.

    Who is it for

    The portal is aimed at different categories of users:

    • Invalid civilians
    • Civilian Blind
    • Deaf
    • People with disabilities
    • People with disabilities
    • Citizens with an application for recognition in progress

    Operation of the portal

    The disability portal works as an integrated channel, offering unique and complete access to all INPS information and news for people with disabilities. This tool facilitates access to services and interaction with the institution, allowing you to follow the process of applications for recognition of performance

    Services offered by the portal

    Through the disability portal, users can:

    • Consult the progress of the questions for performance recognition.
    • View the recognized disability and the introductory medical certificate.
    • Verify the applications submitted, both in progress and completed.
    • Check the place, date, and time of your doctor’s visits.
    • Access the minutes drawn up by the ASL and the INPS.

    In addition, the portal allows you to transmit the necessary health documentation for the drafting of the minutes of first instance, aggravation or review of the acts.

    How to use the portal: practical examples

    The portal is intuitive and easy to use. For example, if you want to know if a disability application has been accepted, just log in to the portal with digital authentication and check the status of the application. It will be indicated if the application has been accepted or rejected

    To view the report relating to Law 104, simply access the documentation section in your MyINPS personal profile.

    The portal also provides information on notices and deadlines related to first instance applications, review or attendance allowance, as well as communications and payments.

    Other aid and bonuses for the disabled

    In addition to the services offered by the portal, there are various benefits for people with disabilities active in 2024. These include bonuses for the disabled in schools, the contribution for home support and the car purchase bonus for the disabled. You can find detailed information on all these benefits in our dedicated guides

    The new disability portal represents a significant step forward in accessing INPS services for people with disabilities. Thanks to this tool, it is possible to easily manage questions, follow the procedure and access all the necessary information in a simple and fast way. Keep following the blog for more updates and useful information on the benefits and services available

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