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Functionality of care allowance
Hemelík, Rudolf ; Angelovská, Olga (advisor) ; Jelínková, Marie (referee)
My work offers a view of the care allowance as one of the sources of funding for social services, which over time has become a support for people with disabilities, which greatly helps sustain the limited number of social services - residential or field. Allowance realy gives recipients purchasing power pay part of the service / private assistance at their decision. I perceive the care allowance as an important state support for people dependent on the help of another person and I consider it a tool that should help to live a free life for people with disability. The allowance became very non-individualized (inflexible) - it is unable to respond to changes or adapt to the needs of its beneficiaries. Act on Social Services is strict in the individual approach, setting, way of working with people in the framework of social services, but in the care allowance practice does not apply this. The granting and payment of contributions is not individualized, each of them must be assigned / be classifiable in four levels. Ruthless whether it needs it and it uses the level of support it need. The care allowance system does not have one problem, but several that they do a lot. This is nothing without which the system should not function, it's something that could be better.

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