If a company sets up a new, previously non-existent workplace for a worker or trainee with severe disabilities, grants and loans towards general investment costs (see § 15 SchwbAV) are possible. New jobs are created, for example, through new hires or company relocations if the old job is lost and a dismissal is imminent.
Regular investment costs are the non-disability-related costs that would also be incurred if employees without disabilities were hired (e.g. usual work equipment such as furniture, computers, software) or generally improve working conditions (e.g. software updates).
The amount of subsidy depends on the individual case. However, companies should contribute to the total costs to a reasonable extent.