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Everyday care and home life

It is not inevitable that people in need of care will have to give up a self-determined and independent life. Medical aids, support options and services provide assistance at home and on an everyday basis for those in need of care. Find out more here. 

Care knowledge for relatives

Providing care for people who are in need of it is often a demanding task. Training courses and advisory services provide the necessary expertise.

Accessible living: information on renovations and aids

An accessible home is an important factor for many people when it comes to living independently. Guidelines, renovations and aids help adapt homes to specific needs.

Digital care applications (DiPA)

Digital care applications (DiPA) are a new type of care benefit. They support people who are in need of care and their loved ones. Find out how DiPA are used to support care on a daily basis.

Care at home – the options

Care recipients who live at home can claim long-term care insurance benefits. Read more about these benefits here.

Support and advice for children and adolescents in need of care

There are many challenges facing families with children or adolescents in need of care. Social security benefits and support services enable treatment, care and social participation.

Medical aids – cost coverage and co-payment

Medical aids are products that help people with health issues manage everyday life more easily. Discover when health insurance providers will cover the costs of these.

Care group homes: living in supported outpatient group homes

Care group homes are a way of living a self-determined life for as long as possible in old age. Anyone setting up or converting to group homes like these can claim support.