Mobile Accompaniment for People with Disabilities
Mobile accompaniment helps people with disabilities, who live alone. Or who live with their family.
Mobile accompaniment helps children, young people and adults.
Who needs Mobile Accompaniment?
- People with mental disabilities
- People with physical disabilities
- People with mental and physical disabilities
Who provides Mobile Accompaniment?
Trained carers for people with disabilities work in mobile accompaniment.
What does Mobile Accompaniment do?
The carers help, for example, with
- Washing and dressing
- Doing housework
- Washing clothes etc.
The carers accompany people to the
- On walks
- On excursions
- To the cinema
- To play
- To sports
What does Mobile Accompaniment cost?
You only have to pay a part of the costs of mobile accompaniment.
It depends on how much you earn and how much care allowance you receive.
There is mobile accompaniment for at most 75 hours a month
- from Mondays to Saturdays
- from 6 am to 10 pm
- but not on Sundays, public holidays or at night