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Whole-day institutional care for adults with the most severe mental disorders and with several disorders
Whole-day (24-hour) institutional care for adults with the most severe mental disorders and with several disorders comprises basic care, social care, health care and special types of care.
The institutional care for adults under 26 years of age with moderate, severe and profound mental and physical disorder who are included in the adapted education programme encompasses also training under a special law, care and guidance.
The service is implemented by special social care institutions, care and occupational centres and training centres perform services for persons with mental disabilities.
The basic care entails accommodation, organisation of meals, technical care and transport.
Social care is a professionally managed activity, intended for implementing the contents of social prevention, therapy and guiding the persons entitled to institutional care.It includes the implementation of care tasks, special care forms and guidance tasks.
Health care is implemented in accordance with the regulations in the field of health care.
Special types of care are intended for preserving and developing independence, developing social relations, work occupation, correction and therapy of disorders, active leisure time and resolving personal and social distress.
Guidance entails forming, implementing and monitoring individual programmes, contacting and cooperating with individuals and relatives, cooperating with other institutions and expert workers as well as the organisation of leisure activities.
Service users or persons entitled to this service are adults:
- with moderate mental disorder,
- severe mental disorder,
- profound mental disorder,
- several disorders (mental disorders, personality disorders, motor and sensor disabilities and head injuries).
The procedure of service implementation comprises initial provision of information, implementation of the procedure with regard to admission, content preparation for the admission of the beneficiary, signing of the agreement on service implementation and the preparation of the individual plan, accommodation and implementation of service and its termination.
Applies for SKD:
- Other social work activities without accommodation n.e.c. Q88.999
The work permit is issued for social care service or a form of such service as is determined in the rules in the field of social care and creates a content-related whole. The permit is issued by the competent authority.
For the acquisition of the permit and the entry in the register of providers of social care services, the applicant must fulfil the prescribed conditions with regard to status and registration, premises, equipment and staff, they must be financially and commercially able to perform the service and obtain the positive opinion of the Social Chamber of Slovenia.
The application with attached evidence is filed at the competent ministry. In their application, the applicant must indicate the service they want to perform, and data that show their identity (e.g. company name, title and head office).
A professional commission, appointed by the minister, competent for social care, establishes the fulfilment of conditions for the performance of the service.
In the case that the applicant starts operating in the year when the application for the issue of the work permit was filed, the last annual report and auditor's report do not have to be attached to the application.
If the attached last balance sheet indicates loss, it must be covered until the issue of the decision on the entry in the register.
The concession in the field of social care is granted for performing public services in the field of social care.
The state is the concession provider, except for the care at home services, where the municipality is the concession provider.
A legal or natural person (concessionaire), who fulfils all the prescribed conditions, is granted the concession based on the public tender.
The ministry, competent for social care or the municipal council use the concession act to determine the type and scope of services, for which the public tender (tender) for the granting of concession is published.
The tender can be published only for a service or individual type of service as is determined in the umbrella act and regulations issued based on this act, i.e. on the standards and norms of social care services. A concession cannot be tendered only for a part of a service.
The concessionaire must fulfil the following conditions:
- they are a legal entity in the Republic of Slovenia, registered for performing activities subject to the concession or they area a subsidiary of a foreign legal entity that performs this activity, entered in the registered in the Republic of Slovenia, or they are a natural person registered in the Republic of Slovenia for performing the activity subject to the concession;
- they fulfil the conditions with regard to premises, equipment, staff and other conditions stipulated by the umbrella act and its executive regulations for the performance of the service for which the concession is tendered (services);
- they have prepared a detailed work programme;
- they ensure quality implementation of the service and that
- they area financially and commercially qualified.
The concession is granted for a determined period. The concession for whole day institutional care service is granted for 40 years.
The concession provider enters the concessionaire in the register of issued concessions.
Beneficiaries who are exempt from payment of social care services can enforce the exemptions only for social care services that are performed within the scope of a public service and in accordance with the prescribed standards and norms by a public social care institution or concessionaire, where the price is designed in accordance with the prescribed methodology, and for which the law does not stipulate that they are free for the beneficiary.
Before entering in the register of providers of social security services on the basis of the work permit or before the acquisition of the concession and entry on the register of concessionaires, the holder of the permit or concessionaire shall obtain the consent to the price of the social security service.
The price of the service is determined by the management authority of the legal entity or the natural entity itself on the basis of the prescribed methodology.
The provider of the social security services files an application for the consent to the price of the service on the form with the competent ministry. Forms are in the Rules of the methodology for setting the price of social assistance services.
The elements for pricing are:
- labour costs,
- costs of material and services,
- depreciation costs,
- costs of investment maintenance,
- financing costs.
The providers of social security services set the prices for standard and above-standard social security services. The setting of the prices for standard and above-standard services shall be separate.
The ministry responsible for social security gives consent to the prices of the service.
Consent to the price of social security services
If the service is implemented on the basis of the issued work permit, the competent minister, after acquiring the permit and consent to the price of the service, issues the decision by which the provider of the service is entered in the register of the providers of the service.
If the service is implemented on the basis of the concession, the competent authority, ex officio, enters the granted concession in the register of granted concessions.
The entry in the register of providers of social security services or concessionaires is a condition required to start pursuing social security services.
The institutional care for children, adolescents and adults under the age of 26 with moderate, severe and profound mental and physical disorder who are included in the special educational programme encompasses also training implemented according to regulations in the field of education and includes:
- organisation and implementation of a special educational programme,
- library tasks,
- information and other tasks.
The provider of the activity of institutional care shall also provider health care according to regulations in the field of health care.
A secure ward is a ward in the social protection facility where the residents cannot leave the ward or the facility of their own will due to needs connected with mental health and constantly need special protection and care.
The following types of secure wards are organised in facilities with regard to the needs of persons for which institutional care is implemented:
- secure ward for persons with mental health issues;
- secure ward for persons with several disorders (mental development problems and long-term mental health problems) and
- secure ward for persons who need partial or complete help and supervision due to the reduction of their cognitive functions.
The providers of social care services who implement the institutional care in secure ward must verify these wards.
Wards that fulfil the prescribed staff, technical and spatial conditions acquire verification.
The minister competent for social issues appoints a six-member commission for the verification procedure.
If the commission establishes that the services provider fulfils the prescribed conditions, the minister issues a decision on the verification of the secure ward.
The competent ministry enters the secure ward in the register of verified secure wards.
The data bases, covering the whole national system of social security, are managed in the field of social security for the needs of implementing social security activities stipulated by law, planning of the social security policy, monitoring of the state as well as for scientific and research and statistical purposes.
Databases include the data on:
- other assistance for the individual,
- exemption from service payment,
- providers of social security activity,
- funding of social security activity,
- implementation of other tasks entrusted to the providers of the activity by law as public authorisations, and tasks imposed on the providers of the activity by other regulations.
Written reporting to the competent authority on all facts and occurrences that may affect the implementation of the service
The provider of a social security service is obliged to constantly send written reports to the ministry responsible for labour on all the facts and occurrences that may affect the implementation of the service, such as relevant personnel changes, unforeseeable events, accidents and similar.
Once a year by the end of March, the concessionaire must submit to the concession provider the annual report encompassing the balance sheet, income statement and attachment with explanations of the statements and business report regarding the implementation of the service.
On the basis of the work permit, the service provider shall annually submit the annual report on the work in the past year to the Social Work Institute by April 30.
If the provider in addition to social security activity also performs any other activity, he shall separately show the operations related to the field of social security in the annual report or financial statements.
If the concessionaire, in addition to the service he received concession for, also conducts other services or activities for which he is registered, he shall observe the regulations on the accounting and provide separate monitoring of business operations and presentation of financial results with the means of public funding and other means for the implementation of public service from the monitoring of operations with means arising from the sale of goods and services in the market.