ERIC Number: ED115749
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972
Reference Count: N/A
Legislative Aspects of Rehabilitation Services for the Disabled in Poland.
Hulek, A., Ed.
The main task of rehabilitation in Poland is the maximum integration of the disabled into ordinary life. Developmental trends in recent years have focused on rehabilitation services for the chronically ill. The document provides information on the organization of rehabilitation services in Poland and discusses specific problems of rehabilitation activities dealing with the locomotor system, circulatory system, mental diseases, and pulmonary diseases. An assessment of the economic aspects of rehabilitation as they relate to work is presented with supporting data. The counseling, training, and employment processes for medical and vocational rehabilitation are discussed in relation to existing forms and procedures. Nine major legislative regulations concerning the rehabilitation services are reproduced. These deal with the planned employment of the disabled, the development of Invalids' Cooperatives, principles and procedure in planning for the employment of the disabled, the supervision of working conditions and correctness of the employment of the disabled, the cooperation of health and social welfare departments, employement of and social welfare for the disabled in light industry enterprise, the exemplary statute of a voivodship outpatient department for rehabilitation, and rehabilitation and employment of the disabled within the organizational framework of invalids' cooperatives. (EC)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, Warsaw (Poland). Dept. of Rehabilitation.
Identifiers - Location: Poland