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In the Netherlands, people with Down syndrome are forced to stay in the country because they cannot afford to live abroad.
The government has a special provision for them and they’re kept in the Netherlands.
However, they’re not able to receive help or social supports because they’re also considered mentally disabled.
The Dutch government wants to change that.
They’re proposing that the disability benefits that people with disabilities receive should be treated as a condition.
What that means is that a person who is diagnosed with a disability is entitled to help from a local social worker to access help.
If a person with a mental disability needs help in accessing social support, they would be entitled to that.
“We want to change the way people with a condition get support,” says Bert de Waal, the minister of state for social protection.
De Waal says he has been talking with other Dutch politicians and social workers.
He’s trying to find a way to change how the disability assistance system works.
So far, he’s not found a solution.
“The Dutch disability system is based on the idea that a disability cannot be the reason for not receiving support.
That’s not the way it works in the rest of the world,” he says.
DeWaal says it is important that people are able to access the support they need in order to get through their lives.
“It’s a very important thing to get out of the house and get help.
It’s a human right,” he said.
Dewaal says his department is working with the Netherlands Department of Social Protection, the Netherlands Institute of Mental Health and Welfare, and the Dutch disability group De Klinken.
“This is a very big topic, and I don’t think we have a whole lot of experience on it, so we are working on it,” he added.
The minister hopes to be able to provide more details in the coming weeks.
He also hopes to address the debate around disability insurance, which is still not legal in the UK.
The debate over the future of disability insurance has been raging for years, but has only become more heated since the Government announced plans to repeal the current disability insurance regime, which was introduced in 2010.
This change will mean that people who were previously deemed to be ‘disabled’ in the law will be able apply for disability insurance.
In the UK, those with disabilities currently receive disability benefit but not the social security system, which gives them a pension.
De Kaan says the Dutch policy is about improving the disability system and improving access to care.
“There are a lot of people who need help and support, but the disability services are not sufficient to meet their needs,” he adds.
De Keum says the government has been looking at a number of options.
“I think there are a number that are on the table, but it’s very complicated,” he told the ABC.
“People have to go through a process to prove they have a disability, and then it has to be assessed by a doctor, and it has an impact on their benefits.”
The Netherlands has a large number of people with autism, but this has not been covered by the disability insurance system.
A spokeswoman for the Dutch government says they have been looking into whether this would be an issue for other parts of the European Union.
“These decisions will be discussed in the next few weeks and we will be in touch,” the spokeswoman said in an email.
“However, we can say that the Dutch Department of Health and Social Affairs is working on an independent study to assess whether the current system of disability benefits should be re-introduced in the future.”