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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 190 in Riga, 20 March 2007 (pr. 19. § 28) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers of 3 June 2003, the Regulation No 291 "requirements for social service providers ' Issued in accordance with the social services and social assistance, article 17 of the law, the first paragraph to make the Cabinet June 3, 2003 the Regulation No 291" requirements for social service providers "(Latvian journal, 2003, 85 no; 2005, 210. no) the following amendments: 1. provisions supplementing with 2.11 and 2.12. subparagraph by the following 2.11. ":" the customer get first aid and emergency medical assistance in accordance with the health care regulatory laws; 2.12. cooperation with the customer's local government social services, social services and other institutions. " 2. Supplement with 73.6. and 45.8. subparagraph by the following: "rehabilitation of 73.6. customer's plan; 45.8. with the provision of the services and their costs of documentation related information. " 3. Supplement with 77.8 and 77.9. subparagraph such.: 77.8. client rehabilitation "plan; 77.9. with the provision of the services and their costs of documentation related information. " 4. Supplement with XVIII1, XVIII3 and XVIII4, chapter XVIII2 as follows: "XVIII1. Half-way home requirements 100.1 half-way house provides short-term (up to 24 months) for social rehabilitation services to clients with mental disabilities who do not need the location of the prolonged social care and social rehabilitation institution in order to learn the skills for independent living or living group home (apartment). 100.2 services customers half-way house provides a social worker with the social rehabilitētāj or social caregiver. Half-way home the driver is entitled to social rehabilitation service to attract other professionals. half-way house 100.3 client provides: 100.31. social rehabilitation and surveillance; 100.32. living room, in which deploy no more than two customers (not less than 6 m 2 per person); 100.33. sharing space with table and chairs; 100.34. kitchen comprising: 100.34.1. electric oven; 100.34.2. electric stove; 100.34.3. the table or work surface for preparation of food; 100.34.4. refrigerator; 100.34.5. closet bowls and utensils; 100.35. not less than one toilet with shower, hand basin, eight persons; space or place 100.36. customer personal washing and drying; 100.37. bed linen and towels if necessary. 100.4 service provides: 100.41. client social rehabilitation plan, determining the objectives to be achieved and the expected time to achieve them, as well as providing the following household and learn self-care skills: 100.41.1. personal cash expenditure planning; 100.41.2. shopping and other domestic skills; 100.41.3. preparing meals, living space and territory cleaning; 100.41.4. your clothes washing, ironing and shoe care; 100.41.5. understanding the job roles in a person's life, work, relationships and pay; 100.41.6. ability to navigate in the environment; 100.41.7. interacting with fellow man; 100.42. evaluation of the rehabilitation process at least every six months. ending the social rehabilitation of 100.5 course half-way house, the service provider shall prepare a summary of the social rehabilitation plan, and give an opinion on the suitability of a client-independent life or a life group House (apartment). 100.6 social service provider in the House creates a customer halfway, which shall include at least the following documents: 100.61. document confirming the need for the client to live half-way house; 100.62. client social rehabilitation plan and its implementation; opinion on customer 100.63. fitness on your own life or the life of group home (apartment); 100.6 4. cooperation agreement between the client and the service provider; 100.65. customer signed on the welcome with the internal rules of procedure; customer submission. 100.66. XVIII2. Requirements for social service providers that provide services to victims of trafficking 100.7 service provider provides: the Commission of the experts rules 100.71.; 100.72. Commission decision of experts adoption of the agenda; customer communication at 100.73. service provider, if the client can not be done alone; 100.74. safe haven and the client's accommodation, if necessary, in cooperation with the law enforcement authorities; 100.75. users ' privacy and data protection; 100.76. client rehabilitation plan, determining the amount of services required and the length of service; 100.77. psychosocial assistance and individual expert advice (for example, social worker, psychologist, lawyer, the medical people) under the rehabilitation plan; 100.78. support to the customer during the course of criminal proceedings and, if necessary, also after it; 100.79. catering, leisure facilities, as well as the possibility for the client to acquire or enhance self-care and self-service skills; 100.710. client involvement in training and education programmes, which promote the reintegration into society of the client; 100.7 11. If necessary, five free advice to the customer after service completion of the course; 100.712. such equipped: living room; 100.712.1. 100.712.2. rest rooms; 100.712.3. rooms for individual consultations; 100.712.4. sanitary facilities; 100.712.5. dining room; 100.712.6. facilities and equipment, clothing and laundry and storage. 100.8 service provider cooperates with national safety authorities, as well as service delivery helps to implement victim representation in criminal proceedings, if the customer authorizes it. 100.9 provider institution services provide a social work specialist and a psychologist. The head of the institution is entitled to social rehabilitation services to attract other professionals. 100.10 service provider works with the client's local government social services, social services, law enforcement agencies and other institutions, ensure the exchange of information. XVIII3. Requirements for social service providers that provide services of psychoactive substances depend on children and minors 100.11 service provides: 100.111. individual and group sessions for psychic psihokorekcij process for developing separately for children until 14 years of age, children from 14 to 18 years of age and adult clients; 100.112. recreational and sporting activities; 100.113. options to acquire and improve self-care and self-service skills; 100.114. quality of the child's age, health condition and dietary norms appropriate nutrition not less than four times a day, adult customers-no less than three times a day; 100.115. kids-opportunities to learn the appropriate general education programmes, adult clients-in cooperation with the State employment agency, employers, educational institutions and other authorities-for the participation in the employment incentive measures; 100.116. such equipped: living room; 100.116.1. 100.116.2. room individual lessons and group classes of psihokorekcij the development of mental processes; 100.116.3. rest rooms; 100.116.4. sanitary facilities; 100.116.5. dining room; 100.116.6. facilities and equipment clothing and washing and storage; 100.116.7. sports lessons, suitable facilities and sports equipment; 100.116.8. soft equipment (for example, bedding, linen, towels) and the necessary means of hygiene. 100.12 service provider supports child services for a period of up to 18 months, subject to the following requirements: 1. motivation, or 100.12 start adaptation provides up to four months according to the individual program. The main tasks of motivation is this: the delimitation of 100.121.1. child users of psychoactive substances; 100.121.2. a child's introduction to social rehabilitation institutions rules and nature of the programme; 100.121.3. child personality mental and somatic condition, as well as the evaluation of the potential for rehabilitation; 100.121.4. the individual rehabilitation plan. The plan shall include: 100.121.4.1. environmental therapy (such as mode, agenda); 100.121.4.2. employment, occupational therapy; 100.121.4.3. group therapy; 100.121.4.4. psihokorekcij process of individual psychic development; 100.121.4.5. sports and other alternative classes. 100.121.4.6. cultural measures; 100.121.4.7. General education (secondary and elementary education) learning according to mainstream school programs, if necessary, the application of the individual child; 100.121.4.8. the psychologist job (for example, diagnostic tests); 100.121.4.9. psychoactive substance screening test (if necessary, use the chemical toxicological studies); 100.121.5. the child's involvement in the rehabilitation process; 100.121.6. the motivation to strengthen child could opt out of the use of psychoactive substances; 100.122. basic rehabilitation from six to ten months in accordance with the individual program. The main tasks of the rehabilitation period is as follows: 100.122.1. the inclusion of the child social rehabilitation institutions mode and collective, gradually achieving his personal development and positive social norms; 100.122.2. educative and socioterapeitisk methodology (technology); 100.122.3. social rehabilitation programmes, ensuring the child's individual recovery process, developing and stabilizing his life skills; 100.122.4. the child's psychological and somatic health improvement, helping get rid of psychoactive substance use effects; 100.122.5. resocializācij gradual development of skills; 100.123. ensure stabilization of from two to four months according to the individual program. The main tasks of the stabilisation time is as follows: 100.123.1. socioterapeitisk methodology of the psychotherapeutic and (technology) skills acquired practical strengthening of case studies; 100.123.2. the gradual reduction of the restrictive arrangements and preparation of children to complete the rehabilitation process; 100.123.3. independent decision-making and action in the practical development of skills; 100.123.4. personality characteristics, behavioral norms, child to stabilisation should be able to opt out of the use of psychoactive substances. 100.13 service provides customer service for minors for a period of up to 12 months, subject to the following requirements: motivation, or start 100.131. adaptation from ten days to 1.5 months according to individual programs. The main tasks of motivation is this: 100.131.1. to preserve the incentive customers could opt out of the use of psychoactive substances and voluntary decision to receive social rehabilitation social rehabilitation institutions; 100.131.2. Introduction to social rehabilitation programmes on substance; 100.131.3. commencement of the motivation, using the socioterapeitisk methodology; 100.132. basic rehabilitation provides two to 2.5 months according to individual programs. The main tasks of the rehabilitation period is as follows: 100.132.1. persons distanced itself from psychoactive substance user environment and the integration of beliefs and group; 100.132.2. self-help plan design and implementation, ensuring individual somatic and psychosocial adjustment problems; 100.132.3. Introduction to social rehabilitation programmes and social rehabilitation institutions; 100.132.4. personal psychic and somatic condition, as well as the evaluation of the potential for rehabilitation; 100.132.5. involvement in the process of social rehabilitation; 100.132.6. the individual rehabilitation plan, including a plan: 22.214.171.124. environmental therapy (such as mode, agenda); 126.96.36.199. employment promotion measures; 188.8.131.52. occupational therapy; 184.108.40.206. group therapy; 220.127.116.11. individual psychotherapy; 18.104.22.168. sports and other alternative classes. 22.214.171.124. cultural measures; 126.96.36.199. psychological counselling; 188.8.131.52. psychoactive substance screening test (if necessary, use the chemical toxicological studies); 100.132.7. the strengthening of motivation for a person to be able to opt out of the use of psychoactive substances; 100.132.8. therapy; 100.132.9. motivation, using the socioterapeitisk methodology; 100.132.10. personal participation in the ERGO; 100.132.11. personal behavioural adjustment; 100.132.12. the psychological renewal of the social situation; 100.132.13. participation in individual psychological therapy; 100.132.14. participation in psychosocial group sessions (for example, group therapy, art therapy, sociodrām); stabilization provides up to 100.133. six months in accordance with the individual program. The main tasks of the stabilisation time is as follows: 100.133.1. the inclusion of a rehabilitation institution, the person and the group gradually promoting personal development and positive social norms; 100.133.2. somatic, psychological and clinical socioterapeitisk intervention methodologies (technology); 100.133.3. the provision of rehabilitation programs for individual personal therapy; 100.133.4. therapy and monitoring; 100.133.5. the progressive development of resocializācij skills; 100.134. social adaptation provides up to two months, in accordance with the individual program. The main tasks of social adaptation is as follows: 100.134.1. resocializācij use of practical skills social environments; 100.134.2. personality characteristics, mental development and social norms of behavior analysis; 100.134.3. with providing psychometric and sociometrisk methodology (technology) skills acquired practical strengthening of case studies; 100.134.4. clinical biological stabilisation; 100.134.5. independent decision-making and action in the practical development of skills; 100.134.6. stabilization; 100.135. In conclusion ensure: 100.135.1. personal world and the consolidation of the system of values; 100.135.2. the socioterapeitisk methodology and psychotherapeutic (technology) help acquire practical skills reinforcement in pressure situations; 100.135.3. personality traits and behavioral norms, as well as for practical use in the social environment. 100.14 provider institution services provide a social worker and a psychologist. The head of the institution is entitled to social rehabilitation services to attract other professionals. 100.15 To successfully reintegrate into society, the client service providers will work with the customer's place of residence of the municipal social services and other agencies, ensure the exchange of information, as well as the client's family members and persons living in the same household with the customer, if necessary, by involving those persons of social rehabilitation process. XVIII4. Requirements for social service providers that provide professional rehabilitation services provider supports 100.16:106795. opportunity to get professional training, professional education, secondary education, or first level professional higher education, provides professional development and training opportunities, as well as the ability to restore integrity, combining individual social rehabilitation with medical rehabilitation elements according to the customer's functional impairments, abilities and level of development to achieve national vocational standards and profession standards in certain vocational training objectives; 100.162. individual social rehabilitation programmes, taking into account the different types of disability and expressions (such as sign language interpreters, Braille training, use of technical AIDS, customize jobs, advice and help in solving social problems); 100.163. qualified pedagogical staff, social educators, social workers, psychologists, ergoterapeit and medical staff depending on the number of the recipient, their functional disturbance severity and nature; 100.164. space availability for customers with mobility difficulties; 100.165. meals and hotel services of the service; 100.166. full leisure facilities; 100.167. training course for strengthening the previous knowledge and communication skills development for customers during the evaluation before the acquisition of vocational training have found sufficient in the profession represents a basic level; 100.168. Advisory support to customers who have received vocational rehabilitation courses, but those functional impairment is difficult independently to integrate in the labour market. to ensure the service provided 100.17 efficiency and customer involvement in the job market, the service provider will cooperate with employers, employment agencies, clients, relatives, social organisations representing the interests of disabled people and the local authorities, whose administrative territory the customer is declared by place of residence. "
Prime Minister a. Halloween Welfare Minister d.-Staķ
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