Informal care

Informal care refers to the provision of care by a family member or other loved one to a person living with a disability or illness at home. The informal caregiver is entitled to the caregiver’s fee and statutory days off, during which another caregiver steps in, either at home or in a caregiving facility, to attend to the care recipient’s needs. 

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Day, holiday and work activities for schoolchildren and adults with disabilities

We organise morning, afternoon and school-holiday activities for pupils with disabilities who are within the scope of extended compulsory education.  

Explore the activities organised by the comprehensive school 

We offer work and day activities for those who are past the compulsory education age. 

Explore work and day activities