Question 1: Do individuals with disabilities have health insurance?
Individuals with disabilities who are not under the security of any social security organization and do not have sufficient pay power benefit from the GSS application. In this context, treatment, examination, medication, examination, dental treatment and orthotics: prosthetic needs are provided.
Question 2: How can individuals with disabilities without social security get orthopedic and other auxiliary tools and equipment?
Orthopedics and other auxiliary tools and equipment that disabled individuals need are met by the social security institution.
Question 3: Who pays the price for a wheelchair?
The costs of the wheelchair are covered by the Social Security Institution.
Question 4: Who pays the cost of the hearing aid?
The cost of hearing aids is paid by the Social Security Institution.
Question 5: Who pays the patient diaper fee that patients need?
The bill fees for the patient diaper, which is projected to be used in accordance with the need, are paid by the Social Security Institution in one-month period slated to be used if prescriptions are issued based on the expert physician report in which there is no "bladder or rectum" control due to the disease (with the record of having at least two years of age for children) and should use the under patient diaper.
Question 6: Is there a tax exemption in the housing owned by the disabled?
Article 22 of the Disability Act No. 5378 contains the regulation on this. Article 22.: "Disabled people," dated 29.7.1970 and in the second paragraph of Article 8 of the Property Tax Act no. 1319, has been added to come after the phrase "veterans." According to this, people with disabilities with only residences less than 200 square meters are exempt from property tax.
Question 7: Is there value added tax on vehicles?
There is no exceptional regulation in the Value Added Tax Law No. 3065 for vehicles with disability degrees of 90% or more registered and registered in their own names, as well as vehicles with disability degrees of less than 90%, registered and registered in the names of persons with disabilities and registered and specially arranged or specially designed vehicles in accordance with disability. Vehicles acquired or imported by disabled are subject to the general VAT rate.
Question 8: Can only one-eyed (monocular) get a driver's license?
On September 26, 2006, and 26301, one-eyed persons can get a driver's license within the procedures and principles specified in the "Regulation on Health Conditions and Examinations to Be Sought for Drivers Candidates and Drivers", which came into force by publishing in the Official Gazette no. 26301.
Question 9: What are the educational rights of a disabled person?
In accordance with the general objectives and basic principles of Turkish National Education, all individuals in need of special education in our country benefit from general and vocational special education services. Efforts to plan, maintain and increase access to special education services are carried out by the Ministry of National Education.
Disabled people benefit from education in the official educational institutions/schools of the Ministry of National Education or in special private educational institutions/schools. Accordingly, special education services provided to individuals in need of special education.
- In separate special education schools opened for disability types ( hospital elementary schools for visually, hearing, mind-impaired individuals, and those with ongoing disease)
- In the special education classes of schools in general education,
- preschool, primary, secondary education and common education institutions, in their institutions,
- It is provided in special training and rehabilitation centers opened by real or legal persons.
Question 10: Where is it necessary to apply to receive services from special special training centers?
Guidance Research Centers in the district residing with the "complete" stuffed "health board report for disabled persons" received from the hospital should be applied.
Question 11: Which institution pays for special education fees?
The portion of the payment for special education services benefited by all disabled individuals identified by the "Special Education Evaluation Board" in need of special education is covered by the Ministry of National Education. This amount is paid by the Ministry of National Education to the institution that provides special education services.
Question 12: How are education services provided for the family of the disabled person?
Family Education Services Guidance and Research Centers Special Education schools and Institutions are prepared and carried out by schools where fusion practices are made.
Question 13: What facilities are provided for students with disabilities taking the university exam?
The necessary physical arrangements are made for students with disabilities who take the university exam. Suitable arranged exam venues are prepared for orthopedic and visually impaired, additional 30 minutes of exam time is given for the visually impaired and under-sighted, appropriate training to read exam questions and write the answers to be said, and properly stitched "assistant companion" is given the opportunity to take the exam.
Question 14: What are the conveniences provided to students with disabilities?
Students with disabilities with disabilities who are successful and needy are primarily given student loans, contribution loans and dormitories by the Higher Education Credit and Dormitories Institution.
In accordance with the "Higher Education Institutions Disability Advisory and Coordination Regulation" published in the official newspaper dated 20.06.2006, the creation of a "Disability Counseling and Coordination Unit" has been established in universities to take the necessary measures to facilitate the learning life of students and to make arrangements in this direction.
Question 15: What is the Free Access of Students Who Need Special Education to Schools and Institutions? Which students are transported free of charge within the scope of the project?
The Project for Free Access to Schools and Institutions for Students in Need of Special Education", has been prepared in cooperation with the Prime Minister's Office of the Disabled Administration and the General Directorate of Special Education, Guidance and Advisory Services of the Ministry of National Education in order to provide free access to schools for children who need special education and to ensure equality of opportunity in education and to encourage students with disabilities to education.
Within the scope of the project, within the Ministry of National Education; Students who are educated in The School of The Visually Impaired, In Orthopedic Schools, Orthopedic Disabilities Schools, Autistic Children Education: In Occupational Education Centers, School of People with Disabilities With Disabilities in Schools with Mental Disabilities, Kindergarten within Special Education Schools, students who are educated in Special Education Classes are carried free of charge.
Question 16: Is there a legal arrangement for accessibility?
In 2005, the accessibility rights of individuals who were disabled by the Disability Act were secured in relation to accessibility. And the conditions of accessibility studies have been determined by the relevant regulation.
Question 17: Can arrangements be made in accordance with the obstacle in the residence?
People living in apartment buildings, sites, etc. who are subject to the Condominium Law have the opportunity to make appropriate regulation in accordance with the obstacle by the legal regulation brought in.
The project's floor owners are no later than three months old, with the project's floor owners roughing up on the land share and decision for three months at the latest.
Question 18: Is there an arrangement to prevent the occupation of parking spaces reserved for disabled people?
In the Parking Regulation; TSE standards must be complied with in the construction of parking lots, public buildings, regional car parks and general car parks, entrance and exit and elevators, provided that there is not less than one in the nearest places, one of the 20 parking spaces must be placed with a disabled sign and for disabled people to leave.
According to Article 61 of the Highway Traffic Act no. 2918, parking for "parking spaces reserved for vehicles for the disabled" is prohibited by those who do not have disabilities, and the penalty for infringement by those who do not have disabilities is doubled.
Question 19: Is food, clothing and money provided to the disabled individuals and their families in need?
People who are in need and do not have any social security; They can benefit from the welfare by applying to the Social Welfare and Solidarity Foundations in the province or county. In addition, the General Directorate of Social Welfare helps to support the care of the children of families in need. Families who are in need and have difficulties in the care of their disabled children can apply to the Provincial Directorate of Family, Labor and Social Services in their provinces to benefit from this assistance.
Question 20: Are there regulations in the media to prevent violence and discrimination against people with disabilities?
Article 37 of the Disability Act No. 5378 includes the regulation on this Article 37.: Paragraph (u) of article 4 of the Law on the Establishment and Broadcasting of Radio and Television dated 13.4.1994 and numbered 3984 has been amended as follows. (u) The provision of violence and discrimination against women, the weak, the disabled and children is not encouraged.
Question 21: Is there a legal basis for services carried out within municipalities?
Various services carried out within municipalities for people with disabilities; opening care and rehabilitation centers for shelter of people with disabilities in need of help; opening consultation and guidance centers; free examination and drug assistance; in-kind and cash benefits; free or discounted use of municipal buses; organizing special courses; competitions, festivals, excursions and sports competitions.
Article 14 of the Municipal Law No. 5393. in the provision of services in accordance with the status of disabled, elderly, needy and low-income people in the presentation of municipal services, the order of priority will be determined by taking into account the financial situation of the municipality and the urgency of the service.
Question 22: Are the relatives of disabled, elderly, veterans and martyrs free of charge from urban transportation?
The procedures and principles for taking advantage of the right to free travel are provided by the Free or Discounted Travel Cards Regulation.
On July 12nd, 2013, the Law No. 6495 granted free access to relatives of martyrs, veterans, relatives of veterans, veterans, disabled individuals with 40% and above, and individuals with severe disabilities, from the city and intercity lines of railways and sea routes, companies established by municipalities, municipalities, corporations, unions, establishments and businesses, or private individuals or companies authorized by municipalities. Citizens over the age of 65 have been granted the right to benefit free of charge from the city public transportation services, which are mentioned above with the city lines of railways and sea routes, and 50% discount on the intercity lines of railways and sea routes
Question 23: What are the requirements for obtaining a Disabled ID Card?
30.03.2013 date and 28603 published in the official newspaper "Disability Criteria, Classification and Regulation on Health Board Reports to be given to disabled people" within the scope of the authorized hospitals at least 40% and above the disability rate specifies the "Health Board Report for Disabled Persons" should be issued.
Question 24: Where and how to get the Disabled ID Card?
In accordance with the "Regulation on The Creation of A Database for Disabled Persons and The Issuance of ID Cards for disabled persons" published in the Official Gazette no. 26941 dated 19.07.2008, the Provincial Directorate of Family, Labor and Social Services of the province where you reside with the original or approved sample of the birth certificate, 2 photo and health board reports in order to obtain an ID card for disabled people.
Question 25: What are the rights provided by the Disabled ID Card?
With the Disabled ID Card, various institutions and organizations benefit from the services provided at a discount or free of charge in accordance with the regulations of the relevant institution. For example, if you want to free travel in urban transportation, free access to museums and ruins, etc.
Question 26: Who can benefit from disability-related Income Tax Discount?
Person with disabilities, disabled self-employed and self-employed people with disabilities.
Question 27: Which professions benefit from income tax deductions for disabled people?
The merchant sits in manufacturing, repairs and small art works, without entering the paid state, and the disabled benefit.
Question 28: What are the procedures for disabled people working in the public sector and the private sector to benefit from income tax deductions?
Disabled service men who want to take advantage of income tax reduction, example of the population paper and the service person who will receive from the workplace where he works, along with the document that shows that the Directorate of Tax Revenue in the provinces, the Independent Tax Office in the districts of the Tax Office, other districts will apply to the Directorate of Goods with a petition.
Question 29: Is there a tax exemption in the housing owned by the disabled?
Article 22 of the Disability Act No. 5378 contains the regulation on this. According to this, disabled people with only residences less than 200 square meters are exempt from property tax.
Question 30: What are the terms of tax exemption in the housing owned by the disabled?
- The fact that he's over 18 years old.
- Documenting that he has no income,
- It's about the monthly they get from social security institutions established by law.
Question 31: Who benefits from tax exemption?
Veterans, disabled people, if martyrs have wives, their children benefit from the exemption.
Question 32: What kind of housing is the property tax exemption?
In the case of being the only resident within our country that does not exceed 200 m gross. This provision also applies to the portion of its shares if the ones have a single residential stock. This provision does not apply to the residential dwellings used for rest in the time. The Ministry of Finance is authorized to determine the procedures and principles of documenting no income.
Question 33: Is there any other goods to be imported by disabled people free of customs duty?
The items imported and counted by the institutions and institutions authorized by the Ministry of Health and the associations that are engaged in public interest for the purpose of providing assistance to the institutions and institutions that are brought to them for their own use or for the purpose of providing assistance to the disabled are exempt from customs duties.
Question 34: Is there a discount on spare parts that are imported exempt from customs duty?
The parts, spare parts and standard accessories brought with the goods, which are specifically for the use of goods and disabled persons, or tools required for maintenance, control, adjustment or repair of this item are also covered by the exemption. If the parts, spare parts and accessories and other tools are brought after the import, they must be relied on to apply the exemption.
Question 35: Where to apply to import spare parts exempt from customs duty?
Requests for the tax-free push of these items are made directly to the Customs Administration, where the item was brought in.
Question 36: How do disabled people apply discounts at museum and ruins entrances?
The museums and ruins are entered by free ticket by presenting their identities to the disabled and a companion, veterans, spouses and children of martyrs and veterans, citizens of the Republic of Turkey, 65 years of age and older, by presenting their identities.
Question 37: How are discounts applied to disabled people at the entrance to national parks, nature conservation areas and nature parks?
The disabled, the war veterans and their spouses, children and parents are not charged for entry to national parks, nature conservation areas and nature parks by presenting their identities.
Question 38: What is the discounted tariff applied on GSM networks (mobile phones)?
GSM operators are subject to special discounts for people with disabilities
Question 39: Which institutions are assigned to the EKPSS exam?
- Revolving-capitaled institutions, law-established funds and bail boxes,
- Provincial special administrations and municipalities, provincial special administrations and municipalities established units and related institutions, enterprises and revolving capital organizations,
- According to the Civil Servants Act, appointments are made to other public institutions employing civil servants.
Question 40: Which institution is EKPSS staffs determined by?
Assignment staffs are determined by the Ministry of Family Work and Social Services.
Question 41: Is there a disability percentage set to take the EKPSS exam?
In order to take this exam, there must be a disability percentage of over 40%.
Question 42: Is there a level of education requirement to take the EKPSS exam?
To EKPSS; Candidates with disabilities who graduate from secondary education institutions, higher education associate or undergraduate programs or who are able to graduate within the validity period of EKPSS will be able to apply.
Question 43: Can secondary and six education levels be civil servants with disabilities?
Candidates primary school/secondary/elementary/special education/special education job application center or school graduate or placement from these schools as of the deadline of the disabled candidates who are able to apply.
Question 44: Is the EKPSS exam provided companions for the disabled person?
In EKPSS, appropriate companions are provided to the disabled group if they wish.
Question 45: Is there an upper age limit on EKPSS placements?
As of the first day of EKPSS applications, the application of disabled candidates over the age of 65 will not be accepted by the system. In order to be assigned to the positions advertised in the preference guidelines, applicants must have completed the age of 18. Institutions cannot set an upper age limit for the staff scouring, except for special provisions.
Question 46: Can a senior disabled person be assigned according to the EKPSS exam result?
Candidates with disabilities who are able to graduate as of the deadline can apply for civil servants placement procedures. Candidates who do not graduate in the selection process are not assigned even if they have been placed.
Question 47: How to learn EKPSS application placement and assignment dates?
EKPSS and the date of the lottery, the application date, how and where to make the application in the Official Gazette, a high-circulation newspaper published throughout Turkey and ÖSYM, The Ministry of Family Work and Social Services, General Directorate of Labor and The General Directorate of Disability and Elderly Services is announced on the official website.
Question 48: Are EKPSS questions organized according to their disability status?
Special arrangements were made for 4 obstacle groups in the exam.
1) General handicapped
2) Visually impaired
3) Hearing impaired
4) Mentally handicapped
Question 49: How long are the EKPSS results valid?
EKPSS results are valid for four years.
Question 50: What are the rates of disabled staff in public institutions?
According to the Civil Servants Act; institutions and organizations must employ 3% disabled personnel in the staff of the staff they employ.
Question 51: Is there time for reassigning assigned persons?
There is no time.
"Those who are still working as civil servants cannot apply for placement procedures under this Regulation, except for the staffs related to the titles they have undertaken as of the training programs they have graduated from, provided that they are different from the staffs they have graduated from, even if they are placed." of the law.
Question 52: Are the people placed interviewed or tested by the institution?
The candidates placed are assigned directly to advertised positions without any further examinations or interviews by public institutions and organizations.
Question 53: Are there arrangements at work for the disabled assigned?
Public institutions and organizations must provide the necessary help and supportive tools and tools according to their disability status in order to ensure their workplaces and add-ons, their work places and add-ons, the accessibility of the disabled, take the necessary measures to facilitate the work of the disabled, and to do the necessary work of the disabled staff.
Question 54: What jobs are disabled being employed?
- It is essential that people with disabilities who have a certain profession are employed in jobs related to their professions.
- Disabled people who do not have a specific profession or do not have a suitable staff are employed in the existing staffs of the services they can do according to their disability status.
- People with disabilities cannot be employed in jobs that increase their disability or bring additional disability.
Question 55: Which institution is the obligation to employ disabled civil servants?
The follow-up and control of disabled staff is carried out by the State Personnel Department.
Question 56: Which way should be followed to get a job and find out if disabled employees are recruited to various institutions?
You can apply to the Turkish Employment Agency, the Provincial Directorates of the Turkish Employment Agency or the iskur.gov.tr address for disabled persons to work as workers.
Question 57: What is the obligation of businesses to employ people with disabilities under Labor Law No. 4857?
Employers are obliged to employ three percent disabled and four percent disabled and two percent former convict workers in public workplaces in jobs that are suitable for their professional, body and mental state. The number of workers the employer who has more than one workplace within the same province limits is calculated according to the total number of workers. Employers who are obliged but do not employ disabled workers pay an administrative fine of TL 2627 (for 2018) for each disabled person each month.
Question 58: What is the disabled rate that should be employed in institutions and organizations in accordance with The Civil Servants Act No. 657?
According to the Civil Servants Act; institutions and organizations must employ 3% disabled personnel in the staff of the staff they employ. The total number of full staff is considered in the calculation of 3%. There is no sanction for not employing an officer.
Question 59: Is there a sanction imposed on the employer of not employing disabled workers or civil servants?
A certain amount of fines are deducted from those who do not fulfill their responsibility from public and private sector employers for each disabled person who does not run every month, 2627 TL (for 2018). There is no sanction for not employing an officer.
Question 60: What kind of arrangements are made for disabled people in workplaces?
According to the Regulation on The Employment of Disabled, Former Convicts and Victims of Terrorism, employers must prepare their workplaces, facilities in a way that facilitates the work of disabled people, to take the necessary measures for their health, to work in jobs close to their professions or professions, to develop their knowledge and skills related to their workplaces, to provide the necessary tools and tools for their work. People with disabilities cannot be employed in other jobs that will harm their health except for the work they can do. In the event of the appropriate conditions, the start and end hours of working times are determined according to the situation of the disabled."
In the Civil Servants Act and the Regulation on The Examination of The Handicapped Public Personnel Selection exam and the Inclusion of Disabled Persons as Public Servants, there are provisions on the fact that the staffs to be eligible for the disability quota are suitable for the education of the disabled person, to work in appropriate jobs for the disabled person, to make the working environment of the disabled suitable for the disabled and not to be employed in jobs that increase the disability of the disabled.
Question 61: Which institutions/organizations carry out vocational training activities for the disabled?
Vocational training programs for disabled people with hearing impaired people are organized within the Ministry of National Education, Vocational Training Centers for Orthopedic Disabled Vocational High Schools, Vocational Education Centers for the Mentally Disabled, Occupational Education Centers and Adult Mental Disabilities Job Training Centers. People who wish to benefit from the professional education activities of these organizations can apply to the General Directorate of Special Education Guidance and Advisory Services of the Ministry of National Education for organizations in Ankara and to the Provincial National Education Directorates for organizations in the provinces.
Question 62: Which institutions/organizations organize vocational training courses for people with disabilities?
The Turkish Employment Agency and the General Directorate of Apprenticeships, General Directorate of Apprenticeships, organize vocational training courses for people with disabilities.
Question 63: Is it easy to appoint officers with disabilities who need care?
The officer who will request the appointment is not required to have his disability. However, it is not the first time The officer who will request a replacement based on the reasons for disability is required to be disabled by at least forty percent, while non-disabled officers are required to have severe disabilities with their spouses or first-degree blood relatives that they are dependent.
Question 64: Is there a special arrangement for working mothers with children with disabilities?
With law no. 5510, known as social security reform, a new regulation brought to our social security system will add to the sum of premium payment days, a quarter of the number of bonus pay days passed after 01.10.2008, for those who have disabled children in need of someone else's permanent care. These added periods will also be reduced from retirement age periods. With this arrangement, women with children with disabilities are entitled to early retirement.
Question 65: Will disabled officers hold night shifts and night shifts?
Disabled officers will not be given night shift and night shift duties without their will.
Question 66: Where should individuals with disabilities apply to retire early or with disability?
The pension stipends of disabled people are carried out by the relevant Social Security Institution, as in other employees. People with disabilities can start early retirement or physical infirmity by applying to the Social Security Institution.
Question 67: How old should you be if you want to settle in a nursing home?
You need to be 60 years and older.
Question 68: What are the terms of application i want to settle in the nursing home?
- To be 60 years and older,
- To be in good mental health,
- Not to have an infectious disease,
- Not being addicted to drugs or alcohol,
- To be identified by the social review report in which social and/or economic deprivation is located.
Not having a disorder that prevents it from being met its own needs, being able to do daily life activities independently such as eating, drinking, bathing, toilet and so on, In addition, mentally ill, without an infectious disease, bed-dependent, paralyzed, physical, vision, hearing impaired, dementia and Alzheimer's patient, elderly people who need special care, support, protection and rehabilitation are considered as special care elders in nursing home aged care and rehabilitation centers.
Question 69: Where to apply to settle in the nursing home?
Nursing homes and/or head offices in the place where they live, Applications can be made to the Provincial Directorate of The Ministry of Family, Labor and Social Services, social service centers located in the provinces and districts.
The admission process can be initiated without the need for the elderly to apply for the elderly in an emergency reported to the provincial directorates by the residents, law enforcement, mayors, other public institutions and organizations and citizens. News from media outlets is also considered a notification.
Support is also available from The CALL 183 line.
Question 70: Can a nursing home elder leave the establishment on short-term leave?
The elderly can go shopping and visiting outside the nursing home provided that they inform the social service supervisors. In addition, within 1 year, they can be left on leave not more than three months in total, including a continuous month, and this period can be extended with the approval of the Establishment Director in cases of necessity.
Question 71: Can relatives visit the elderly in the nursing home?
Guests can visit the elderly in the sections organized for them. Visitors are not accepted to the sections where the elderly live without their permission.
Question 72: Can the elderly nursing home with no income or assets stay in the nursing home?
As a result of the examination and research, elderly people who have no income and assets can benefit from nursing home care and health services free of charge.
Question 73: Can the elderly leave the nursing home at any time?
If the elderly who want to live elsewhere at the request of him or his relatives, petition and the paid elderly person does not owe monthly care fees, the appropriate opinion of social service workers, the approval of the nursing home manager and the nursing home may be cut off.
Question 74: Can it be temporarily or only daytime in nursing homes?
In organizations, if capacity and location status are appropriate, the elderly may be considered for temporary, term and day care.
Question 75: What are the conditions i would like to take advantage of temporary and daytime care?
53 of the Regulation of Nursing Home Aged Care and Rehabilitation Centers. The elderly with the conditions specified in the article shall be subject to article 54 of the relevant regulation. They can benefit from these services if they provide the required documents in accordance with the article. They must comply with the existing rules during their stay in the nursing home.
Question 76: What is the purpose of protected workplaces?
Protected workplaces are technically and financially supported workplaces for the purpose of creating employment environments for individuals with mental or mental disabilities who have limited ability to work in the labor market.
Question 77: Who can work in a protected workplace?
Individuals with mental or mental disabilities who are over 15 years of age and registered with the Turkish Employment Agency can work.
Question 78: Where to apply for protected workplace status?
An employer who wants to obtain protected workplace status should apply to the Provincial Directorate of Family, Labor and Social Services in the province.
Question 79: What are protected workplace incentives?
- There is an income and corporate tax deduction for protected workplaces and an exemption from the Environment and Cleaning Tax.
- A certain proportion of the salaries of mentally or mentally handicapped people who work in protection workplaces are covered by our Ministry. (For every disabled person working in these workplaces, 598 TL each month in the first six months of 2018, 650 TL wage support for each disabled person every month in the second six-month period is offered to the employer as the Ministry.)
- Employer's share premiums for unemployment insurance for people with intellectual or mental disabilities working in protected workplaces are also covered by the Treasury.
Question 80: How long is the deadline for opening a protected workplace?
The deadline for project proposals varies annually. There are currently no applications. However, the General Directorate of Employment can be followed from the official web page.
Question 81: How many years can I sell this machine when I open a protected workplace?
Conditions related to protected workplaces to be established within the scope of the Protected Workplaces Project are determined in the project guide during the application periods.
Question 82: How many disabled employees does a workplace need to earn protected workplace status?
At least eight disabled people with disabilities are required to work in the protected workplace. However, the total proportion of disabled people working in protected workplaces cannot be less than seventy-five percent.
Question 83: Which institution should I apply for protected workplace status?
You can apply to the Provincial Directorates of the Ministry of Family, Labour and Social Services you are affiliated with.
Question 84: Can people with class B driver's licenses own a zero-kilometer vehicle without paying special excise tax?
No, for people with a disability rate of 90% or more, the vehicle can use 3rd degree relatives, so they can take a zero mile car without paying special excise tax without a driver's license requirement.
Question 85: Will auto-gear cars be exempt from special consumption tax?
Automatic gears are not considered stand-alone devices. Those who can use an automatic-speed vehicle due to a right foot or right leg injury will be able to benefit from the ÖTV discount if they are made available. 2. People who can drive in automatic gear due to a disability in the left leg or left leg, "Class H Driver's License, Can Drive Automatic Gear" can benefit from a special consumption tax deduction without being geared into the automatic-geared vehicle. In addition, people with left hand/arm disabilities, the manual gear in accordance with the gear wheel in accordance with the gear and similar renovation sit-in or the vehicle's factory exit to the right side of the steering wheel, such as the operations can be considered special equipment.
Question 86: Does he pay Motor Vehicle Tax for registered vehicles as a disabled vehicle? Does he need to get mandatory traffic insurance?
Motor Vehicle Tax is not charged to vehicles registered on disabled persons. However, mandatory traffic insurance must be required.
Question 87: Who can use registered vehicles on behalf of disabled people over 90%?
For people with disabilities of 90% or more, the driver working with a notarized work contract can use up to his statutory guardian and 3 degree relatives.
Question 88: What documents do you need to buy a special consumption tax discounted car? What actions should be taken?
If you are disabled over 90%, your medical report will be sufficient. If you are 90% disabled, the handicapped health report from the full-fledged hospital (The report will be able to obtain a class H driver's license, use a special equipment vehicle.), Motor vehicle registration certificate (license), Technical equipment certificate for vehicles, engine consumption tax exemption notification form on registered vehicles on behalf of the project report disabled persons will be given to the tax office by the relevant agency.
Question 89: What is the status of taxes on the transfer and maintenance of the vehicle taken from the domestic?
If the car is sold to the person with disabilities for 3 years, if sold to the person who does not have a disability 5 years passed, the ÖTV will not be returned.
Question 90: Can hearing impaired people get vehicles without paying special excise tax?
Under 90% of the hearing impaired cannot be exempt from special consumption tax. There is no relationship between hearing impairment and movement. They can't get a discount because they can't make the arrangement.
Question 91: What time is the second time for the purchase of a discounted car on the special consumption tax?
With the record to pay the special consumption tax, the car can be sold before 5 years. However, they will not be able to get the second car with a special consumption tax discount less than 5 years after the first economy.
Question 92: Can cars belonging to the disabled become unusable as a result of earthquakes, landslides, floods, fires or accidents and, if scrapped, can special consumption tax exemption be used without waiting for a 5 years period when buying new vehicles?
If it becomes unusable as a result of earthquakes, landslides, floods, fires or accidents, and scrapped, a special consumption tax can be taken without waiting for 5 years.
Question 93: Is the vehicle received at a special consumption tax discount edible sold?
The vehicle can be sold provided that it pays special consumption tax. In addition, special consumption tax must be paid in order to dismantle the equipment of the disabled car with special equipment and become a normal vehicle.
Question 94: How does the "Exception App on Automatic Gear Vehicles" happen?
The modifications of the automatic-geared vehicles in accordance with the gas or brake pedal or gear arm in accordance with the injury are considered to be the special equipment and discounted. At the same time, discounts are applied without the need for equipment in left foot injuries.
Question 95: Which disabled people are served in terms of disability groups in care and eehabilitation centers under the Ministry of Family Work and Social Services?
It serves people with mental (mild, medium and severe), physical (spastic, orthopedic, paralyzed, vision) and mental (psychotic disorders; schizophrenia, paranoia, manic or depressive disorders and so on).
Question 96: Which age groups are served in rehabilitation centers under the Ministry of Family Work and Social Services?
In terms of the age group served; Services are provided to the age group 0-3, 4-6, 7-12, 13-18, 19-25, 26-35, 36-60, 61 and above.
Question 97: Where do I have to apply to benefit from rehabilitation centers?
You can apply to the Provincial Directorate/Social Services Center of the Ministry of Family Work and Social Services located in your province.
Question 98: Can the mentally handicapped benefit from rehabilitation centers?
In order to serve individuals with mental disabilities in the centers, it is necessary to first treat the ministry of health and universities in mental health hospitals or clinics, heal enough to live in public life units, determine how to act during episodes, control the disease and determine the specified conditions with a health report.
Question 99: Which institution meets the needs of disabled citizens within the scope of education services?
Education, special education, technical education, widespread education and support education needs for the disabled are met in official and private schools and special education and rehabilitation centers under the Ministry of National Education.
Question 100: I'm staying in a care and rehabilitation center, what facilities can you provide if I want to work now?
The names and disability situations of disabled people who are able to work by the directorate of the organization are notified to the relevant units of the Ministry of Labor and Social Security in the provinces and districts. The necessary cooperation work is carried out for the employment and employment of these disabled people.
Question 101: Are disabled people being looked after in rehabilitation centers receive clothing assistance and allowance?
Disabled people who are cared for in rehabilitation centers are also provided with help. The allowance for clothing assistance and allowance is sent by the General Directorate to the provincial directorates.
Question 102: What rights can I take advantage of when I stay in the care and rehabilitation center as a temporary and guest?
Disabled people who are accepted to the center as temporary and guests also benefit from all rights and services given to other disabled people staying in the center.
Question 103: Can I benefit from rehabilitation centers where I am visually impaired at the age of fourteen (14) years old?
Visually impaired persons are admitted to the centers where rehabilitation is provided in periods of fifteen and older.
Question 104: My neighbor lives alone with disabilities in need of care, but he has difficulty, what can we do?
In this case, you can report it to the Provincial Directorate/Social Services Center of the Ministry of Family Work and Social Services. Property chiefs, health organizations, village chiefs, general law enforcement and municipal police officers can report disabled people around them to the Provincial Directorate of Family Work and Social Services/Social Services Center in order to benefit from the care and rehabilitation services. Social examination of the disabled is provided to benefit from appropriate service models.
Question 105: What is the legal basis for special education services?
Special education services are provided in accordance with the provisions of the Basic Law on National Education No. 1739, Law No. 5378 on The Law on Persons with Disabilities and the Decree on Special Education No. 573 and the "Special Education Services Regulation" published in the Official Gazette dated 07.07.2018 and numbered 30471.
Question 106: What are the documents to be requested for applications to benefit from the services of care and rehabilitation centers?
- a) Disability health board report. In the case of the infectious disease of the disabled and substance abuse, this issue is mentioned in the report.
- b) The decision to take custody and appoint a guardian if it is not under custody by the decision to be placed in the care and rehabilitation center for boarding and continuous care, to be taken from the relevant courts for disabled people who have not completed the age of eighteen and to be placed in a care center.
- c) The decision to take custody and appoint a guardian if he is not under custody by the decision to restrict the relevant courts and place him in a care center, and to be restricted to his ability to do his job due to mental illness or mental weakness, or to be restricted for the reasons that he is constantly protected and maintained or endangered the safety of others. The legal procedures of the orphaned disabled persons who do not have leaves/finds and relatives are carried out by the provincial directorate where the disabled person is located.
Documents in paragraphs a and b of paragraph a and b of paragraph a and b of the first paragraph of the visually impaired who will benefit from the service model in periods are not requested.
Question 107: What actions are taken if the disabled person has no place to stay, no one to look after, is abandoned, if his life is found to be in danger?
In case of emergency situations where people with disabilities have no place to stay, have no one to look after, have no abandonment or finds, life-threatening, and those who provide maintenance are under conditions that are too difficult to look after in the process of completing the relevant documents; disabled people are placed in a social service organization that is suitable for the situation as provincial directorate by indicating the urgency of the work with the existing documents and information, without waiting for the completion of their documents. The necessary procedures are completed to place the disabled in a center in accordance with the age, gender and disability status of the disabled, whose documents have been completed within a maximum of six months, excluding delays caused by other institutions and organizations by the relevant provincial directorates.
Question 108: How many days in a year is disabled person accepted as temporary and guest?
In case of vacancy in the center or if capacity is allocated; The petition of the disabled or legal representative, the disability health board report, the service contract and the evaluation report of a professional employee, can be considered disabled with the proposal of the director of the organization up to thirty days in a year as a temporary and guest, and with the approval of the provincial director.
Question 109: For what reasons does the removal of disabled persons from care and rehabilitation centers take place?
In case of determining the following situations, the decision of the coordination and evaluation board, the request of the establishment directorate, the proposal of the provincial directorate and the approval of the General Directorate are removed from the center. In the event of damage to himself and his surroundings due to the lack of mental health of the disabled person removed from the center and being addicted to substances, he is directed to the relevant health care organizations with disabilities. You can also use the
- a) When it is found that the information and documents that are based on acceptance do not reflect the actual status,
- b) If the behavior and actions of disabled people and their family’s contrary to the functioning and working order of the center show continuity,
- c) Despite the professional work done, disabled people are removed from the center of Disabilities in case of constant incompatibility with the central environment.
Question 110: Which disabled persons are not accepted to care and rehabilitation centers?
Disabled individuals with an infectious disease that cannot be controlled, addicted to drugs or alcohol, who are in the period of shock and reaction, who are in the period of attack due to psychiatric illness, or who are in a state of damage to himself and their surroundings, are not admitted to the center. Such individuals are directed to the relevant health care organizations.
Question 111: What are the documents to be requested for applications to take advantage of the services of family counselling and rehabilitation centers?
For applications to benefit from the services of family counseling and rehabilitation centers, a disability health board report is requested. This is mentioned in the report in case of the disease of the disabled and substance abuse.
Question 112: Which individuals with disabilities who will benefit from services in family counseling and rehabilitation centres are considered as a priority?
- Disabled people between the ages of 0-6 who are in early development and need support,
- Those who do not benefit from special training and rehabilitation centers,
- Those who cannot benefit from schools affiliated with the Ministry of National Education,
- Those who benefit from schools affiliated with the Ministry of National Education and need care services,
- Those who have difficulty in their care and rehabilitation with their family.
Question 113: What disabled persons are not accepted in family counseling and rehabilitation centers?
Disabled individuals with an infectious disease that cannot be controlled, addicted to drugs or alcohol, who are in the period of shock and reaction, who are in the period of attack due to psychiatric illness, or who are in a state of damage to himself and their surroundings, are not admitted to the center. Such individuals are directed to the relevant health care organizations.
Question 114: In what circumstances does the separation of the disabled from the family counseling and rehabilitation center take place?
The disabled person completes the care and rehabilitation program implemented in the center.
At the request of the disabled person himself or his legal representative.
When it is found that the information and documents that are essential to acceptance do not reflect the actual status.
In case of continuity of behavior and actions of individuals with disabilities and their family’s contrary to the functioning and working patterns of the center.
Despite the professional work done, the disabled show continuous incompatibility with the central environment.
The disabled individual is separated or removed from the family counseling and rehabilitation centre with the approval of the disability coordination and evaluation board and the director of the organization.
Question 115: What should I do if you want to serve voluntarily in the care and rehabilitation center?
Applications of people who want to serve voluntarily in the centers are accepted by the organization directorate. The working procedures and principles of these persons are determined as a result of the examinations and evaluations to be carried out by the social service personnel, and their operations and work are followed according to the relevant legislation prepared by the General Directorate.
Question 116: What kind of report should the report taken for vehicle import?
The health report simply states that "Class H can get a driver's license and drive with special equipment". Ankara Transport Office and Free Import Customs Directorate must apply.
Question 117: Can the vehicle without special equipment be imported?
If you have a health report over 90%, you can buy a vehicle without special equipment.
Question 118: What discounts are available on imported vehicles?
Imported special consumption tax discounted vehicles have value-added tax-motor vehicles tax and Customs Duty deduction.
Question 119: Will customs duties be paid if special equipment is not found in the vehicles brought in for veterans?
Special equipment is not sought for veterans who are covered by the Anti-Terrorism Act 3713 and have left leg injuries.
Question 120: Are automatic-geared vehicles subject to customs duty?
Automatic gear vehicles are not considered special equipment. Only veterans don't pay customs duties when they import automated-gear edifies vehicles.
Question 121: Does the customs duty exemption include spare parts and accessories?
Customs duty is not charged for spare parts and accessories, repair and maintenance vehicles specially brought in for disabled vehicles.
Question 122: Which institutions should they apply to?
The disabled person or his representative should apply to the Ankara Transport Office and The Customs Directorate of Free Import before the vehicle with special equipment is brought to Turkey.
Question 123: Who can use the registered vehicle on behalf of over 90% disabled persons imported from abroad?
Over 90% of the registered imported vehicle on behalf of the disabled can use a notary contract educator with relatives of 3rd degree.
Question 124: What is the tax status of the imported vehicle to the heirs?
If the deceased disabled person is asked to use the remaining vehicle by the heir, taxes that are not taken will be charged.
Question 125: Who can import vehicles exempt from special consumption tax from abroad?
2 groups of disabled people can import a vehicle free from the special consumption tax from abroad. Over 90% disabled people who have completely lost mobility due to orthopedic disabilities, 90% who have partially lost mobility due to orthopedic disabilities.
Question 126: What are the conditions of vehicle import without ÖTV?
The health report states that "Class H can obtain a driver's license and drive with special equipment", orthopedic obstacles, and if it is resident abroad, it is taken by donation or for a fee.
Question 127: Is there an age limit for the vehicle to be imported?
As of the date when the vehicle is presented to the customs authority where free movement will be carried out, it should not be older than 3 years, including the registration and model year.
Question 128: Which vehicles cannot be imported?
Only vehicles with automatic gears, vehicles that do not have a special equipment, vehicles that do not have the equipment to be transported by getting the disabled person in the vehicle and getting off, the off-road vehicles are not in the question of the transport.
Question 129: What does temporary and guest maintenance mean?
It is a temporary care service model offered to disabled individuals if the families of disabled individuals whose families are cared for by their family are temporarily unable to look after the disabled person.
Question 130: Where to apply for research requests from persons or other institutions/organizations or persons involved in the service?
The subject of the research, the purpose, the purpose, method, the scales to be used, the duration, the bibliography, the decision of the ethics committee, the theoretical framework, the questionable framework, where to do the information about the file, the Provincial Directorate of Family Work and Social Services is applied to the investigation. After the application is evaluated by the Provincial Directorate, the file should be added to the opinion of the Provincial Directorate and sent to the Department of Education and Broadcasting of the Ministry.
Question 131: What are disabled care services?
It is the services provided by boarding and daytime in official care and special care centers for disabled people in need of care.
Question 132: What are the documents to be requested from the disabled for placement or utilization of a private and boarding-day care center and home care services?
a) Identification Number statement,
b) Disability health board report,
c) To be placed in an official or private care center for boarding and continuous maintenance; For disabled people in need of care who have not completed the age of 18, the decision to be taken from the relevant courts, protected and placed in a care center, and the decision to take custody if not under custody and appoint a guardian ship; The decision to take custody and appoint a guardian if he is not under custody and placed under custody by the decision to restrict and place him in a care center, to be taken from the relevant courts for the disabled who have completed the age of 18 and who are not under supervision and placed in a care center, who are not under custody, who are not under custody and should be taken under custody, due to mental illness or mental weakness, and for the disabled who need to be restricted to permanent assistance for his protection and care, or for the reasons that endanger the safety of others.