Regulation According To § 60 Of The Twelfth Book Of The Social Code

Original Language Title: Verordnung nach § 60 des Zwölften Buches Sozialgesetzbuch

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Regulation according to § 60 of the Twelfth Book of the Social Code (inclusion aid regulation)

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BSHG§47V

Date of issue: 27.05.1964

Full quote:

" Decree-aid regulation in the version of the Notice of 1. February 1975 (BGBl. 433), as last amended by Article 13 of the Law of 27. December 2003 (BGBl. I p. 3022) "

:Recaught by Bek. v. 1.2.1975 I 433;
last modified by Art. 13 G v. 27.12.2003 I 3022

See Notes

Footnote

(+ + + Text Proof: 8.2.1975 + + +)
(+ + +) for more details on the stand. Measures due to EinigVtr no longer apply gem. Art. 109 No. 4
Buchst. f DBuchst. ee G v. 8.12.2010 I 1864 mWv 15.12.2010 + + +)

Heading: IdF d. Art. 13 No. 1 G v. 27.12.2003 I 3022 mWv 1.1.2005
This regulation has been based on Art. 2 § 1 V v. 15.1.1975 I 267 issued by the Federal Minister for Youth, Family and Health.

Section I
persons

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§ 1 physically disabled people

severely restricted by physical infirmity in the sense of § 53 (1) sentence 1 of the The twelfth book of the Social Code is
1.
People whose mobility is impaired by an impairment of the support or movement system to a considerable extent,
2.
Persons with significant gap formations of the face or the hull or with repulsive
3.
persons whose physical performance is due to illness, damage or malfunction of an internal organ or of the skin to a considerable extent,
4.
Blind or such visually impaired, for those with glass correction without special optical aids
a)
on the better eye or both in the near range at a distance of at least 30 cm or in the Distance range a visual acuity of no more than 0.3 or
b)
disturbance of the visual function of a corresponding severity not detected by point (a)
5.
People who are deaf or who can communicate with hearing aids only with hearing aids,
6.
People who cannot speak, souls and hearing musts, people with significant mood disorders, as well as people who are strong, strongly stoke or whose language is strong is unarticulated.
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§ 2 Geistig substantially handicapped persons

Geistig significantly impeded in the sense of § 53 Paragraph 1, first sentence, of the Twelfth Book of the Social Code are persons who, as a result of a weakness of their spiritual forces, are significantly restricted in their capacity to participate in the life of society. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Mentally Disabled People

Seal disorders that are a major limitation of the partial haemability as part of the first sentence of Article 53 (1) of the Twelfth Book of Social Code, are
1.
physically unjustifiable psychoses,
2.
mental disorders as a result of diseases or Injuries to the brain, from seizures or from other diseases or physical impairments,
3.
addictive diseases,
4.
Neuroses and personality disorders.
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§ § 4 and 5 (omitted)

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Section II
Integration assistance services

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§ 6 Rehabilitation sport

The benefits of medical rehabilitation within the meaning of § 54 (1) sentence 1 of the Twelfth Book of Social Code in conjunction with § 26 of the Ninth Book Social Code are also part of the Rehabilitation sport in groups under medical supervision and supervision. unofficial table of contents

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§ 8 Help for the procurement of a motor vehicle

(1) The assistance for the procurement of a motor vehicle shall be deemed to be an achievement for participation in the working life and for participation in life in the community within the meaning of section 54 (1) sentence 1 of the Twelfth Book of the Social Code in conjunction with § § 33 and 55 of the ninth Book of the Social Code. It shall be granted on an appropriate scale if the disabled person is dependent on the use of a motor vehicle owing to the nature or severity of his disability, in particular for participation in the working life; in the case of participation in the working life, the Motor vehicle assistance regulation Application.(2) The assistance referred to in paragraph 1 may also be granted as a loan.(3) The assistance referred to in paragraph 1 shall normally depend on the disabled person being able to use the motor vehicle itself.(4) A new aid for the procurement of a motor vehicle should not normally be granted before the expiry of 5 years after the last aid has been granted. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Other tools

(1) Other tools within the meaning of § 54 (1) sentence 1 of the Twelfth Book of Social Law in Connection with § § 26, 33 and 55 of the Ninth Book Social Code are only those tools that are intended to contribute to the compensation of the deficiencies caused by the disability.(2) The other means of assistance referred to in paragraph 1 shall also include
1.
Writing machines for blind persons, Ohnhänder and such disabled people who rely on a typewriter because of the nature and severity of their disability,
2.
Understanding equipment for Taubblinde,
3.
Blindenfont Bow Machines,
4.
Blind watches with accessories, Blindenweckuhren,
5.
Tape devices with accessories for the blind,
6.
Blind guide dogs with Accessories,
7.
Special optical aids, especially telescope magnifying glasses,
8.
hearing aids, ear trainer,
9.
Wake-up watches for hearing impaired people,
10.
Language exercises for language-disabled people,
11.
Special operating equipment and accessories for motor vehicles, if the disabled person is dependent on a motor vehicle because of the nature and severity of his disability,
12.
everyday objects of daily life and for the non-professional use of certain auxiliary equipment for disabled persons when the disabled person is dependent on these objects due to the nature and severity of their disability.
(3) The supply of another aid in the The meaning of § 54 (1) sentence 1 of the Twelfth Book of Social Code in conjunction with § § 26, 33 and 55 of the Ninth Book of the Social Code is only granted if the aid is necessary and suitable on a case-by-case basis, to the extent referred to in paragraph 1. Compensation, and if the disabled person is able to use the aid. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Scope of supply of body spare parts, orthopaedic or other aids

(1) Items of body replacement as well as orthopaedic or other aids within the meaning of § 54 (1) sentence 1 of the Twelfth Book of Social Code in conjunction with § § 26, 33 and 55 of the ninth Book of the Social Code are also a necessary Instruction in their use.(2) As far as necessary in individual cases, a double equipment shall be provided with body replacement parts, orthopaedic or other auxiliary means.(3) The necessary maintenance or modification of body replacement parts as well as with orthopaedic or other auxiliaries is also part of the supply of body replacement parts. The supply of another aid also includes a feed money for a guide dog in the amount of the amount, which blind Damage receives under the Federal Supply Act for the maintenance of a leader dog, as well as the costs of the necessary veterinary treatment of the dog and appropriate liability insurance, in so far as the contributions are not to be deducted from income pursuant to Section 82 (2) (3) of the Twelfth Book of the Social Code.(4) Re-supply shall be granted if, as a result of the physical development of the disabled, it is necessary or, for other reasons, the body replacement or auxiliary has become unsuitable or unusable.(5) (omitted) (6) As a supply, assistance may also be granted to a reasonable extent to obtain the driving licence, to maintain and to take over the operating costs of a motor vehicle, if the disabled person is due to his or her own Disability depends on or will be dependent on the regular use of a motor vehicle. unofficial table of contents

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§ 12 School Education

The assistance for an adequate schooling within the meaning of § 54 (1) sentence 1 no. 1 of the Twelfth Book of the Social Code also includes
1.
healing pedagogical and other measures in favour of physically and mentally disabled children, and Young people, if the measures are necessary and appropriate to enable the disabled person to attend school as part of the general compulsory education,
2.
Measures of schooling in favour of physically and mentally disabled children and adolescents, if the measures are necessary and suitable for the disabled person within the framework of
3.
3.
Help to attend a secondary school, a secondary school, a secondary school or a secondary school, or a secondary school, or a school or a school of general education
. Training institution whose training qualification is equivalent to that of one of the above-mentioned schools, or, insofar as it is not reasonable in the case of a visit to such a school or training institution, other assistance for the provision of a training centre appropriate education; assistance will only be provided if, according to the skills and achievements of the disabled, it is to be expected that it will reach the educational goal.
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§ 13 School education for a profession

(1) Help for school education for an appropriate profession within the meaning of § 54 (1) sentence 1 no. 2 of the Twelfth Book of Social Code includes above all help
1.
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2.
to train at a vocational school,
3.
to train at a Vocational school,
4.
for training at a specialized school or higher vocational school,
5.
to train at a college or academy,
6.
to visit other public, state-of-the-art recognized or state-approved school-based training centres,
7.
for the performance of an internship, the prerequisite for attending a technical school or a training course University or for professional approval,
8.
to participate in distance learning; § 86 of the Third Book of Social Law applies accordingly,
9.
to participate in actions that are offered to prepare school education for a suitable profession.
(2) The assistance referred to in paragraph 1 is granted if
1.
is expected to reach the goal of training or preparatory actions ,
2.
the intended training path is required,
3.
the profession or the Activity is likely to provide a sufficient basis of life or, if this is not possible due to the nature or severity of the disability, will contribute to the livelihood at an appropriate level.
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§ 13a Training for any other appropriate activity

Help to provide training for any other appropriate activity in the The terms of § 54 (1) sentence 1 of the Twelfth Book of Social Code in conjunction with § § 33 and 41 of the ninth Book of the Social Code and the aid within the meaning of § 54 (1) sentence 1 No. 3 of the Twelfth Book of Social Code shall be granted in particular: if the training for a profession is not required for special reasons, particularly because of the nature and severity of the disability. Section 13 (2) shall apply accordingly. unofficial table of contents

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§ 16 General training

The measures of integration assistance for disabled people are also
1.
the blind-computer basic training,
2.
Courses and similar measures in favour of the persons referred to in § 1 Nos. 5 and 6, if the measures are necessary and appropriate to allow communication with other persons or to facilitate,
3.
in-house training courses which are necessary and suitable for the disabled person's concern of the household, in whole or in part,
4.
Courses and similar measures that are necessary and suitable to enable disabled people to be safely in the market without foreign assistance
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§ 17 Integration into working life

(1) On the aid within the meaning of section 54 (1) sentence 1 of the twelfth The Book of Social Code in conjunction with § § 33 and 41 of the ninth Book of the Social Code as well as the aid within the meaning of § 54 (1) sentence 1 No. 5 of the Twelfth Book of Social Code also includes the assistance for the procurement of objects as well as other benefits if they are necessary because of the disability to take up or continue an adequate employment in the working life; for the assistance for the procurement of a motor vehicle is § 8, for the assistance for the procurement of goods, the at the same time articles within the meaning of § 9 (2) (12) are, § 9 authoritative. The assistance provided for in the first sentence may also be granted as a loan.(2) Assistance in another place of employment pursuant to § 56 of the Twelfth Book of the Social Code may be granted to disabled persons who have at least the conditions for admission in a workshop for disabled persons (§ 137 of the Ninth book Social Code). Non-official table of contents

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§ 20 Guidance of caregivers

A disabled person needs a significant amount of care because of the severity of the disability, so it is Measures to be taken by the integration aid also to familiarate persons with the care with the specific characteristics of the assistance due to the nature and severity of the disability. unofficial table of contents

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§ 22 Costs of the Accompanying Persons

The measures of the integration assistance call for the assistance of the disabled person, so that they belong to their needs also
1.
the necessary travel costs and the other necessary expenses associated with the ride Accompanying person,
2.
additional costs of the accompanying person, as far as they are necessary according to the specifics of the individual case.
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§ 23 integration measures abroad

Measures of integration assistance for disabled people can also be carried out abroad if this is done in the Interest in the integration of the disabled person is offered, the duration of the integration measures by the stay abroad is not significantly extended and no unsurable additional costs are incurred. Non-official table of contents

§ 24 Consultation of experts

When considering the nature and extent of the measures to be taken into consideration, the To the extent necessary to the specifics of the individual case, a doctor, a pedagogue, each relevant subject, a psychologist or other relevant person shall be heard. name="BJNR003390964BJNG000301320 " />

Section III

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