Author(s): Yusuf Barbaros ÜNLÜ Halim Ömer KA?IKCI
Chronic psychosis (schizophrenia and similar psychotic disorders) is a type of de-stabilized disease in which the person can become disorganized in response to the needs of his routine, and disorders of thought and emotion that can lead to social withdrawal or loss of motivation. The course of these types of diseases in the clinical picture may vary depending on many factors, environmental, psychological and social. Paranoid, reference, grandiose, erotomanic delusions or optical-acoustic hallucinations may be seen in addition to these cognitive impairments. For this reason patients with chronic psychosis may be excluded from social norms due to introversion, difficulty in performing their daily activities, and decline in self-care. The derivatives of chronic psychosis require clinical follow-up and antipsychotic medications throughout life and may lead to Labor loss. In the rehabilitation of these patients, pharmacological treatment is applied as well as methods such as community-based treatment approaches. In my context of communitybased rehabilitation, the employment of Persons With Disabilities is guaranteed by human rights and international law. In this context, the state of the Republic of Turkey 657 Law No. 53 for the purpose of using the work force of individuals with certain mental disabilities to rehabilitate them by including them in a formal work program. It also employs individuals with mental disabilities in public institutions. This research is a study of the achievements of individuals with chronic mental disabilities in the scope of vocational rehabilitation, psychological adjustment at work, social relationship levels and stigmatization, which have always existed as a sociological phenomenon in society, in the context of quality of life. The study was conducted in 2020 and in accordance with the provisions of the "disabled Public Personnel Selection exam and admission of Disabled Persons to the state Office” prepared by OSYM in its sample, the indicators of chronic psychosis patients who were assigned and worked in public institutions in Yalova province for at least one year were evaluated.