1. At social care home people are accommodated according to the Lithuanian Parliament Social Service act confirmed in 19th of January 2006 (2006-02-11 no. 17-589) and other applicable laws;
2. Aukštelke social care home (hereinafter – the care home) is an institution under the Lithuanian Ministry of Social Security and Labour (hereinafter – Social Security and Labour). Its purpose – to ensure the long-term (short-term) social care for adults with disabilities, because they cannot live independently, access to other community services and who need professional constant care. At Care home are accommodated persons whose, because of mental disability or mental disorder have 0-40 percent disability rate, need permanent special care or permanent care (assistance) or have set a large or moderate special needs.
3. Person (the guardian, custodian, parent) who wishes to reside or to accommodate another person, in writing apply to his residence to municipal support section, which receives information about the accommodation;
4. Decision regarding the appointment of service for a person who needs a special care is given by the Administration Director (or his authorized person), or by his composed commission;
5. As soon as commission’s decision to accommodate a person is forwarded to an institution, documents are transmitted to the establisher;
6. As soon as establisher issue a formal referral, a person is accommodated in an institution.
Required documents for admission to care home:
1. Sending to the stationary care institution;
2. Personal document (LR passport, identity card or residence permit in Lithuania);
3. Disabled person or a pensioner’s card;
4. Compensated drug passport (if a person has);
5. Municipal social welfare department’s collected documents, its findings and recommendations:
6. Statement of personal payment and the amount of social support;
7. Person’s evaluation of social care needs;
8. Statement of the declared place of residence or a certificate stating that the person is included in the non-residential list.
9. Domestic Investigation Act;
10. Real Estate Registry certificate;
11. Bilateral agreement for accommodation in institutional care;
12. Court orders regarding incapacity and appointment of guardian (if a person is accredited as incompetent);
13. Form 027/a.
14. Territorial division conclusions of disability and Capacity Assessment Office (NDNT) regarding setting an employment rate and conditions of work;
15. Findings of Physician Advisory Commission (DCC);
16. Completed form;
Persons with these contraindications are not permitted in social care home:
1. Persons who necessary require psychiatric help;
2. Acute infectious and somatic diseases;
3. Active tuberculosis;
4. Skin infections;
5. Sexually transmitted diseases;
7. Chronic alcoholism or drug addiction.
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