What’s considered a disability according to the Turkish law?

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Atulaa Krishnamurthy
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According to Turkish legislation, individuals who can certify a loss of at least 40% of all body functions due to a disability, as verified by a disability health board report from authorized health institutions, are classified as a person with disability.

Disabilities may include, but are not limited to, chronic health conditions, mental health conditions, mobility impairments, sensory impairments, cognitive disabilities, or other conditions that significantly impact daily living.

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