Gurye-gun, Jeollanam-do, has set a budget of 54 billion won as an investment for ‘dense and thick welfare for the weak’, and a welfare expansion project to support the socially disadvantaged and reduce the burden of caring for their families. announced that it would focus on
In this year’s 메이저놀이터 Gurye-gun budget, the social welfare sector accounts for 15.6%. New projects include ▲ daytime activity service support for people with developmental disabilities, ▲ activity support for geriatric patients under the age of 65.
The service hourly unit price was increased by 5.2% from 14,800 won to 15,570 won, with an increase of 270 million won to 1.7 billion won for the disabled activity support project, supporting the daily life of the disabled and reducing the burden on their families.
Also, from this year, support (complementary benefits) for long-term care recipients and geriatric patients under the age of 65 who are not in the long-term care category will be available.
57 people in general, participatory, and welfare types were selected and assigned to each institution for the disabled job project that helps the social life and economic power of the disabled, and started working. With a 4.7% increase, a total budget of 1.6 billion won will be secured and supported.
In addition, about 500 million won will be invested in medical expenses for the disabled, family support for children with disabilities, after-school activities for people with developmental disabilities, daytime activities for people with developmental disabilities (125 → 154 hours per month), and support for daytime activities.
925 million won will be supported for the Gurye-gun Veterans Honor and Honor Allowance and veterans-related budget, and 100 million won will be provided for the volunteer activity support project.
In addition, preparations are being made to prepare workshops for the disabled, which are part of the vocational rehabilitation program for social adjustment training for the disabled.
County Mayor Kim Soon-ho said, “We will work hard to create a dense welfare safety zone that can support independent living and reduce the burden of caring for families in close contact with the daily life of the disabled and the elderly.”