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Source: BUS Sachsen-Anhalt (Linie6PLus)

Apply for statutory health insurance benefits for people with disabilities in semi-stationary facilities and special forms of housing

Description

As a person with a disability (care grades 2 to 5) live in a fully stationary facility where

  • participation in working life,
  • to education
  • social participation,
  • school education or
  • educating people with disabilities

in the foreground?

Then the care fund pays 15 percent of the costs.

In individual cases, the expenses of the nursing care fund may not exceed 266 euros per calendar month.

This also applies to special forms of housing (several persons with disabilities together in a dormitory/group). In doing so, it is essential to

  • focus on shared living and integration into society,
  • the Housing and Care Act applies,
  • the level of care is largely the same as the care in a fully stationary facility.

If you claim a pro-rata care allowance for the days on which you are cared for and cared for at home, the days of arrival and departure are considered to be full days of home care.

Services provided by the Care Fund for people with disabilities in inpatient facilities or special forms of housing.

The benefit must be requested in writing from the nursing care fund

Contact the care fund.

  • Patients are housed in a fully inpatient facility for people with disabilities

Or

  • applies only to patients with care grades 2 to 5

Check with your nursing home which documents are required and whether there is a special application form.

The application is free of charge.

The processing time of the application depends on different conditions.

The text was automatically translated based on the German content.

Lower Saxony Ministry of Social Affairs, Health and Gender Equality.

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