The purpose of targeted rehabilitation measures is to help recipients support themselves either partially or fully, and live as independently as possible. By encouraging and strengthening the person's desire for self-determination and enabling them to feel that they are a fully integrated member of society, these measures empower recipients to live their life as they see fit.
Where necessary and appropriate, individuals with an invalidity or at risk of invalidity are also entitled to rehabilitation measures to restore, maintain or improve their capacity to work or their ability to perform everyday tasks. They are entitled to these measures regardless of their employment status prior to the onset of invalidity. The anticipated working life of the person is taken into account when determining entitlement.
Last modification 11.05.2022