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How have care and support been organised?
The Dutch government changed the way it organises care in 2015, in order to stop care becoming too expensive.
Where can I make a complaint about the CAK or care administration office?
Complaints about the Central Administration Office (CAK) should be sent to the CAK itself. Send a complaint about a care ...
What should you do if you are not sure how to arrange for care or support?
Go to the website Wlz-overgangsrecht.nl (in Dutch) to find out what to do.
How can I object to the amount of my own contribution towards the costs of long-term care or social support?
If you do not agree with the amount of own contribution you are required to pay under the Chronic Care Act (WLZ) or the Social ...
How can I object to a decision concerning my personal budget?
You can object to a decision on the size of your personal budget (PGB), or if your application for a personal budget is rejected. ...
How can I object to a decision taken under the Social Support Act?
If you wish to object to a decision about support under the Social Support Act (WMO 2015), you will need to write a letter to ...
Can I get funding for a personal alarm system in my home?
You might be eligible for funding for a personal alarm system, depending on your situation.
Can I get money to make alterations to my home?
You may be able to get some or all of the costs funded under the Social Support Act (WMO 2015) or the Chronic Care Act (WLZ).
Do I have to pay towards the cost of social support under the WMO?
If you are 18 or over you will have to pay towards the cost of social support at home under the Social Support Act (WMO 2015).
What is the difference between a personal budget (PGB) and care services in kind?
Please see Government.nl for more information about the difference between a personal budget (PGB) and care services in kind