Exhibition Of Disabled Passes And Parking Cards

Original Language Title: Ausstellung von Behindertenpässen und von Parkausweisen

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495. Regulation of the Federal Minister for Labour, Social Affairs and Consumer Protection on the exhibition of disabled passports and parking cards

Due to § § 42 and 47 of the Federal Disabled Law, BGBl. No. 283/1990, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I n ° 71/2013, as well as pursuant to Section 29b (1) of the Road Traffic Regulations 1960 (StVO), Federal Law Gazette (BGBl). No. 159, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I n ° 39/2013, shall be arranged:

§ 1. (1) The disabled passport is to be equipped with a 35 x 45 mm light image and has to contain:

1.

the name of the family or surname, the first name, the academic degree or the registered name and the date of birth of the person with disabilities;

2.

the insurance number;

3.

the degree of disability or the reduction of earning capacity;

4.

an all-time period of time.

(2) At any rate, at the request of the person with a disability, you must enter:

1.

the nature of the disability, such as the holder of the passport

a)

is mainly dependent on the use of a wheelchair;

this registration shall be carried out if the conditions for a minimum diagnosis in the sense of Section 4a (1) to (3) of the Federal Nursing Money Act (BPGG), BGBl. No 110/1993. However, children and young people are subject to the same conditions as from the 36. Life month.

b)

blind or highly visually impaired;

this registration shall be carried out if the conditions for a minimum diagnostic classification within the meaning of Section 4a (4) or (5) of the BPGG are met.

c)

is deaf or hard to hear;

the registration is deaf with a degree of disability of 80% according to the position number 12.02.01 of the appendix to the assessment regulation, BGBl. II No 261/2010, or a degree of disability of 70% as a result of heading 643 under the German Law on the Law of the Law BGBl. No 150/1965.

The registration is difficult to hear from a degree of disability of 50% on the basis of the position number 12.02.01 of the appendix to the assessment regulation, or of heading No 643, in accordance with the Regulation on the Law of the Judith.

For children and young people up to the age of 10. Life year must be a degree of disability of 90%, of the 11. Year of age up to 14. A degree of disability of 80% according to the position number 12.02.01 of the appendix to the assessment regulation is available.

d)

Deaf blind;

this registration shall be carried out if the conditions for a minimum diagnostic classification within the meaning of Section 4a (6) of the BPGG are met.

e)

Carrier in a cochlear implant;

f)

Epileptic is an epileptic;

this registration shall be made if a diagnosis is made in accordance with Section 04.10.02 or 04.10.03 of the Annex to the Assessment Regulation, or of heading Nos 573 or 574, in accordance with the Directive.

g)

a health damage according to § 2 para. 1, first part of the regulation of the Federal Minister of Finance on exceptional charges, BGBl. No 303/1996;

the registration is to be made if tuberculosis, diabetes, celiac disease or AIDS is at least 20%, according to an established degree of disability. The celiac disease is the phenylketonuria (PKU) and similar serious metabolic diseases within the meaning of section 09.03. of the annex to the assessment regulation are to be kept in the same way.

h)

a health damage according to § 2 (1), second indent, of the Regulation of the Federal Minister of Finance on exceptional charges;

This registration shall be carried out in the presence of a disease of at least 20% of the disease in the presence of a gall, liver or kidney disease.

i)

a health damage according to § 2 (1), third indent, of the Regulation of the Federal Minister of Finance on exceptional charges;

this registration shall be accompanied by impairment of function within the meaning of sections 07 and 09 of the appendix to the assessment regulation and in the case of malignomes of the digestive tract as defined in section 13 of the annex to the assessment regulation in accordance with a the degree of disability of at least 20%.

j)

Carrier of osteosynthesis material;

k)

Carrier in an orthesis;

l)

Carrier in a prosthesis.

2.

the determination that the holder/holder of the passport

a)

requires an accompanying person;

this registration shall be carried out by

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Passport holders, who are registered in accordance with § 1 paragraph 2 Z.1 lit. a have;

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Passport holders who have been registered in accordance with Section 1 (2) (1) (1) (1) (1) (1) (1) (1) b or d have;

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Movement restricted people from the completed 6. Year of life, which require the assistance of a second person for the continued movement in the public space;

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Children from the age of 6. years of life and young people with significant delays in development and/or pronounced behavioural changes;

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People from the age of 6. Life-year with cognitive limitations that require the assistance of a second person in the public space for the purpose of orientation and avoidance of self-endangerment, and

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Severely disabled children from birth up to the age of 6. Life-year, which must be continuously monitored (e.g. B. Aspiration risk).

b)

can take advantage of the fare discount according to the Federal Disabled Act;

this registration is in the case of persons with a disability who belong to the group of persons under § 48 of the Federal Disabled Persons Act, if there is an established degree of disability/a perceived reduction in the earning capacity of at least 70% or more. in the case of care allowance or other comparable services, in accordance with national or national legislation.

c)

a dog's assistance dog;

in a parenthesis, whether it is a guide for the blind, a service or a signal dog.

3.

the statement that the holder of the passport is not reasonable for the use of public transport due to a disability due to a disability; the use of public transport is in particular the case not to be reasonable, if the 36. month of life is completed and

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significant restrictions on the functions of the lower extremities, or

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significant restrictions on physical capacity or

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significant limitations of mental, neurological or intellectual abilities, functions, or

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a severe persistent disease of the immune system, or

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a high degree of visual impairment, blindness or numbblindness according to § 1 paragraph 2 Z 1 lit. b or d

exist.

(3) The basis for the assessment as to whether the conditions for the entries referred to in § 1 (2) are fulfilled shall be the opinion of a medical expert from the Federal Social Office. To the extent that it appears necessary for the holistic assessment of functional impairments, experts from other departments may be consulted. In the determination of the functional impairments, all reasonable therapeutic options, reciprocal influences and compensation possibilities must be taken into account.

(4) The entries referred to in paragraph 2 shall be carried out by means of stamp imprint or in another technically appropriate manner in the passport for the disabled.

§ 2. (1) The disabled passport shall be issued in the German language. The pre-printed text is to be accompanied by translations in English and French.

(2) The colour of the disabled passport is orange.

(3) The passport for disabled persons shall be subject to the Annex A , and comprises ten pages. At the time of the entry into force of this Regulation, printed varieties still present in the Federal Social Office can be used further.

§ 3. (1) Proof that the disability passport holder (s) who has the registration "Improper use of public transport due to permanent mobility restrictions due to disability", as defined in § 29b (2) to (4) of the Road Traffic Regulations 1960, BGBl. 159 (StVO), he/she is entitled to issue a parking card. The registration contained in a valid passport for disabled persons "Unreasonable use of public transport for permanent health damage or blindness" is the registration " Unacceptable use of public transport means Permanent mobility limitation due to disability ".

(2) The card shall be plastified and shall be 106 mm in height and 148 mm wide. The ID card must be equipped with a 35 x 45 mm photograph of the identity holder.

(3) The parking card has the Appendix B in accordance with the present invention. On the front of Annex B, there shall be an appropriate period of freezing between the multilingual text and the text section "Model of the European Communities".

§ 4. The disabled passport and the parking card are issued free of charge in accordance with § 51 of the Federal Disabled Persons Act.

§ 5. (1) This Regulation shall enter into force on the following day, at the earliest with 1. Jänner 2014, in force; the Regulation on the issue of disability passports, BGBl. No 86/1991, will expire on 31 December 2013.

(2) Existing entries in passports are not affected by the entry into force of this Regulation.

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