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Loi fédérale sur l’assurance-invalidité, Bundesgesetz über die Invalidenversicherung, Legge federale su l’assicurazione per l’invalidità (Federal law on disability insurance)

Swiss Confederation Federal Assembly Country Resources disability, Disability Legislation Switzerland 19 June 1959 Legislation/regulation insurance, rehabilitation

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Les prestations prévues par la présente loi visent à:
- prévenir, réduire ou éliminer l’invalidité grâce à des mesures de réadaptation appropriées, simples et adéquates;
- compenser les effets économiques permanents de l’invalidité en couvrant les besoins vitaux dans une mesure appropriée;
- aider les assurés concernés à mener une vie autonome et responsable.

Die Leistungen dieses Gesetzes sollen:
- die Invalidität mit geeigneten, einfachen und zweckmässigen Eingliederungsmassnahmen
verhindern, vermindern oder beheben;
- die verbleibenden ökonomischen Folgen der Invalidität im Rahmen einer
angemessenen Deckung des Existenzbedarfs ausgleichen;
- zu einer eigenverantwortlichen und selbstbestimmten Lebensführung der betroffenen
Versicherten beitragen.

Le prestazioni della presente legge si prefiggono di:
- prevenire, ridurre o eliminare l’invalidità mediante provvedimenti d’integrazione
adeguati, semplici e appropriati;
- compensare le conseguenze economiche permanenti dell’invalidità mediante
un’adeguata copertura del fabbisogno vitale;
- aiutare gli assicurati interessati a condurre una vita autonoma e responsabile.

The benefits provided by this Act are to:
- prevent, reduce or eliminate disability through rehabilitation measures that are appropriate, simple and adequate;
- compensate for the permanent economic effects of disability by covering basic needs in an appropriate measure;
- help those concerned to conduct an independent and responsible life.

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