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Permanent care for a disabled person of the 1st group

Group 1 disability is a status determined by the presence of significant limitations in a person’s physical or mental capabilities that make it difficult for him to participate in social and professional life.

The main criterion for the appointment of group 1 disability is a high degree of limitation of life activities, which can be caused by physical diseases, mental disorders, or their combination.

Criteria for assigning disability of the 1st group

  1. Severity of diseases:
  • The person has serious illnesses or conditions that significantly limit their physical capabilities.
  • A medical examination assesses the importance of diseases and their impact on everyday life.
  1. Incurable conditions:
  • The presence of diseases or lesions that are not amenable to complete recovery or cure.
  • The predicted duration and stability of the disease are considered when determining the degree of disability.
  1. A set of physical and mental disorders:
  • If a person has a combination of physical and mental impairments that interact and deepen limitations, this may serve as a basis for assigning a group 1 disability.

Caring for a disabled person of the 1st group: obligations, rights, and recommendations

Permanent care is a systematic and permanent assistance provided to a person with a disability of the 1st group in the implementation of all daily life needs.

  1. Physical care:
  • Provision of personal hygiene, changing clothes, assistance in movement.
  • Performing medical procedures, if necessary.
  1. Medical procedures:
  • Provision of medicines by the doctor’s prescription.
  • Health monitoring, measurement, and recording of indicators.
  1. Household affairs:
  • Provision of food, preparation of food and drinks.
  • Cleaning and ensuring cleanliness on the premises.
  1. Psychological support:
  • Communication and psychological support to improve the emotional state of the disabled.

Financial support

Financial support for group 1 disabled persons includes various opportunities aimed at easing their financial situation and ensuring financial comfort.

One of the key components is government assistance, which is provided in the form of monthly payments. The amount of these payments depends on the degree of limitation determined by the medical examination.

In addition, disabled persons of the 1st group can take advantage of tax benefits, which are aimed at reducing financial pressure. In particular, they may be exempted from income tax.

This eases the financial burden on a person with a disability and their family, helping to maintain financial stability.

It is important to note that these benefits may vary by country and region. Therefore, it is recommended to contact local tax authorities and social security agencies for detailed information and advice on these matters.

In general, financial support is an important element of social protection for group 1 disabled people, aimed at facilitating their lives and providing the necessary material resources.

Appealing decisions

The appeal procedure may include filing a complaint or appeal to the relevant authorities.

The main stages of appealing decisions:

  1. Filing a complaint. If a disabled person or their guardian does not agree with the decision regarding the degree of disability or the level of care, they can submit a written complaint to the relevant higher authority. In the complaint, it is important to clearly state all the arguments and add all the necessary medical documentation.
  2. After receiving a complaint, an out-of-court hearing is conducted by the governing body, during which the justification of the complaint and the possibility of revising the decision are checked.
  3. Medical examination. An additional or repeated medical examination is usually conducted to assess the disabled person’s condition and determine his real needs.
  4. Appeal decision. Based on the review of the complaint and the results of the medical examination, a decision on the appeal is made. If necessary, the decision can be corrected or revised.
  5. Court appeal. In cases where the administrative review does not lead to a satisfactory result, the disabled person or his guardian may apply to the judicial body with a claim to challenge the decision.

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Certainly, if you have any further questions or needs regarding disability and continuing care legal assistance, please do not hesitate to contact our law firm.

We are ready to provide you with qualified legal support, consultation, and resolution of all issues related to this topic.

Our goal is to provide you with comprehensive assistance and protect your rights and interests.

Contact us for a consultation or further discussion of your specific situation. We wish you success and health and look forward to the opportunity to cooperate with you.

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