• 1991 - established Rehabilitation Centre
  • 1992 - trainers and teachers’ study visit to the Hamburg Vocational Rehabilitation Centre; first 40 trainees commence their vocational training
  • 1993 - the Labour and Social Affairs Ministry of Germany and Latvian Welfare ministry signs the Contract regarding the collaboration in the field of professional rehabilitation
  • 1995 – the Centre opens a driving school for people with movement disorders and starts the car adaptation for people with disabilities
  • 1996 – the Centre starts the provision of tests of professional adequacy
  • 1998 – the Centre launches College level programmes
  • 2004 – the Centre is merged with the Jaundubulti State Health Centre  and becomes the Social Integration State Agency.