State Allowance for the Blind Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

The State Allowance for the Blind is a voluntary benefit of the State of Schleswig-Holstein, which is granted independently of income and assets.

The State Allowance for the Blind is a voluntary benefit of the State of Schleswig-Holstein, which is granted independently of income and assets.

Under certain conditions, it is provided to people who are civilly blind, people who are equal to blind people and people who are severely visually impaired. It serves to compensate for the additional expenses caused by disability and is granted on request.

Assessment notice of the State Office for Social Services on blindness as a severe disability in accordance with § 69 of the Social Code IX (SGB IX).

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In the case of higher blindness-related additional expenses, benefits of assistance for the blind (in accordance with Social Code XII - Social Assistance) can be applied for in addition to the flat-rate state blindness allowance.

For war blind people ( war victims ) the regulations according to the Federal Supply Act apply.

  • Landesblindengeldgesetz - LBlGG,
  • § 69 Social Code (SGB) Ninth Book (IX) - Rehabilitation and participation of disabled people.

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  • LBIGG
  • § 69 SGB IX

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