Social personal support

The aim of social personal support is to break through social isolation and to support people in participating in cultural and social life.

Personal support is provided to disabled children from the age of six, as well as to disabled adults. The service can be provided on a temporary or long-term basis, depending on circumstances.

  • Who is entitled to personal support?

    Children aged 6-17 who have difficulties that are comparable to a disability and who are socially isolated may be entitled to social personal support.

  • How much time is provided in personal support?

    • As a rule, up to sixteen months of personal support is provided per month.
    • In special circumstances, individuals residing in homes for the disabled may be provided with personal support for a maximum of eight hours per month.
Last updated 21. March 2017