Inclusion and participation for All! Darkness is the only light eliminated. Never give up!

Live aid and rehabilitation care for the severely disabled at home

Mütter schwerstbehinderter Kinder


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[D+1262] care in the Emergency

Bureaucracy stifles humanity (update 2012)

Our severely multiple disabled adults, former foster daughter, Katja (less than 24 basal”, coma-like) came at the age of “22 years ago from a Vienna children's home in our family. Seven years ago, Katja, who was now 16 years old, was unable to cope with the economic burden. More and more of the care work required for both our use as foster parents, so that a work [... more]


Nope ADG test request

Request for examination “indirect discrimination” in accordance with the lower Austrian anti-discrimination act (NÖ ADG) by Mail to the compliance officer of the lower Austrian anti-discrimination Agency:

Charlotte & Gerhard Lichtenauer [... more]


Method 4: nope ADG

Discrimination is wrong, and violence, discrimination by laws or their enforcement powers, failure, Offenses and crimes of the State.

The lower Austrian anti-discrimination act (PDF) prohibits discrimination on grounds of ethnic origin, gender, Religion/belief, disability, age or sexual orientation.

Unfortunately, human rights, international law, community law and unconstitutional discrimination by the lower Austrian authorities of the provincial and municipal administrations, as yet, only in the [... more]


Care in Distress

5 Jahre Pflege in Not

Bureaucracy stifles humanity

Our severely disabled adults, former foster daughter, Katja (just under 22 basal”, coma-like) came at the age of “over 20 years ago from a Vienna children's home in our family. Five years ago, the economic burden was no longer to cope with. More and more of the care work required for both our use, so that employment became more and more impossible. We were indirectly forced to a care home Katie's.

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Emergency: bureaucracy and humanity (call for help four years ago, choking on 7.7.2005) print version (PDF)

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Bureaucracy stifles humanity An emergency

Light Auer Gerhard Vicarage Settlement Of 24 A-3351 Weistrach

Tel.: 0699 12490010 Mail:

Steyr, on 7.7.2005

Dear recipients of this emergency call,

due to a personal emergency, I turn to you asking you to read the following Information and check whether [... more]


[D+251] responsibility

Right to life & human dignity, respect, and responsibility: Eliot (trisomy 18), 99 days in life to celebrate. We live in a society that denies unwanted children very often, the "right to life" and “possibly handicapped” or disabled people, almost without exception, the life. Four examples of a short life, as an “eye-opener”. What would you do? [... more]


Katja does not fit into any scheme

Katja is 25 ½ years old, she was born in Vienna on 1. June 1988 (International day of life) than early-born (n 31), very low birth weight (1310 grams).

Katja is from birth mehrfachbehindert1. With 9 months in a Viennese children's home landed, with 1 ½ years of this systematic neglect of freed, she now lives for over 24 years, [ ... more]


[D+100] denied responsibility

With the relativisation of the fundamental right to life in the indications-control of the period solution, the rule of law was abandoned. The ethical Meltdown now, 35 years later, more and more in a legal cul-de-SAC. The case law on (disabled or unwanted) “child as harm” is with your wits end now. The civil society is challenged to find a reasonable and responsible solution: The disability-related loads to be supported by a community of solidarity” [... more]


[D+95] responsibility for failure

What would you do? What would you do? The personal question that the short film “22 weeks” to the audience. The pregnant Angele came to the clinic for a late term abortion. The next day the woman brings the child to the abortion clinic to the world – it's alive. [... more]


[D+15], ORF-topic

Care for the disabled residential communities: insufficient organizational and personnel structures in care facilities for severely multiple disabled people with high care needs. Precarious care of the consequences(te) for the patient. How to go to the lower Austria Supervisory authorities with this fact? [... more]


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