The Improvement of the Evaluation and Classification in Degree Disability Assessment
AbstractDisabled persons represents a cathegory of the social assistance’s beneficiaries who needs furher contribution on behalf of the society, moreover the granted support currently offered by the caregivers for the purpouse of faceing the daily social needs and for a decent existence. The special situation of the disabled persons from the viewpoint of functionality, the existent concerning rate of the abuses within the system, but also the increased number of system’s beneficiaries, both underprivileged and privileged to fraud limit and over it, established the premises with the view of accomplishing this study. The research consisted in analyzing the specific national and international legal framework, of the existent data within the central public administration, which represent the coordination activity of the specific system, as well as of the collected national data. The present study is intended to emphasize the system’s organizationally and functionally deficiency, whereas to externalize the proposals and develop it into improved solutions for the quality life of the disabled persons.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Faculty of Management, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania in its journal REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL COMPARATIVE MANAGEMENT.
Volume (Year): 12 (2011)
Issue (Month): 5 (December)
disabled persons; evaluation sistem; classification system in degree of disability; evaluation system tools; social assistance; social inclusion.;
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