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De maatregelen voor personen met een handicap (The measures that can be taken for people with disability)

Belgian Federal Government (Kingdom of Belgium) Country Resources disability, Disability Strategies and Plans Belgium 21 November 2011 Guidelines strategy

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* This document applies to all regions in Belgium.

Dit document bevat de maatregelen die genomen kunnen worden voor mensen met een handicap. De maatregel bestaat uit een tussenkomst voor gezondheidszorg en in
geval van een dure behandeling die niet voorkomt op de gewone lijst van
geneeskundige prestaties, en voor zover dat de aandoening de vitale
functies van de rechthebbende bedreigt. Er bestaat een aparte regeling
voor kinderen met een chronische aandoening of kanker.

This document contains strategies concerning people with disability. The document consists of strategies related to healthcare intervention and expensive treatments that do not fall under the regular list of medical services and are dependent on the extent of the condition threatening the health of the person with disability. There is a separate scheme for children with a chronic disease or cancer.


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