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노인장기요양보험법 (Act on Long-Term Care Insurance for Senior Citizens)

Government of the Republic of Korea Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards Republic of Korea 14 February 2014 Legislation/regulation elderly care, social security, social services

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이 법은 고령이나 노인성 질병 등의 사유로 일상생활을 혼자서 수행하기 어려운 노인등에게 제공하는 신체활동 또는 가사활동 지원 등의 장기요양급여에 관한 사항을 규정하여 노후의 건강증진 및 생활안정을 도모하고 그 가족의 부담을 덜어줌으로써 국민의 삶의 질을 향상하도록 함을 목적으로 한다.

The elderly long-term care insurance system is a social insurance scheme intended to give greater security to those elderly who cannot take care of themselves in daily activities, including bathing and housework, due to weak physical condition or geriatric diseases; and to reduce the burden on their families by providing various services including support for physical activities and housework.

Last Amended on: 13 August, 2013
First Enacted on: 27 April, 2007

This document was uploaded to MiNDbank on 16 March, 2014.


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