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Das Behindertenkonzept der österreichischen Bundesregierung (The disability policy of the Austrian federal government)

Austria Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs; Austrian Association for Rehabilitation Country Resources disability, Disability Policies Austria 22 December 1992 Policy document rehabilitation, Social Inclusion

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Im Jahr 1992 hat die österreichische Bundesregierung in Zusammenarbeit mit der österreichischen Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Rehabilitation das Behindertenkonzept beschlossen. Ausgerichtet an den Grundsätzen der Integration von behinderten Menschen und der Normalisierung (…) werden darin die Leitlinien der Behindertenpolitik der österreichischen Bundesregierung und ihre wichtigsten Ziele für die einzelnen Lebensbereiche - wie Kindheit, Schule, Berufsausbildung, Arbeit, Gesundheit, Bauen, Wohnen, Verkehr, Freizeit, Pflegevorsorge - genannt.

In 1992 the Austrian government enacted the disability policy in collaboration with the Austrian Association for Rehabilitation. In line with the principles of integration of persons with disability an normalization (…) it sets guidelines for the disability policy of the Austrian government and its most crucial aims in regard to different areas of life – such as childhood, education, vocational training, employment, health, building construction, accommodation, transport, recreation and care.

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