Promoting housing interest
To: Anyone interested. The following is an announcement on behalf of Mrs. Tatiana Kaduchkin of the “Overcome” movement.
Subject: The “Overcoming” movement (“transparent” disabled) About a decade ago, I H.M. founded the “Overcome” movement, for the “transparent” disabled. Disabled people with high percentages of disability and no work ability, but who are not restricted in movement. My movement numbers and represents about 1300 people from all over the country, who have a disability ranging from 75% to 100%, who are unfit for work and who do not have a mobility disability or who need an increase in their disability percentages. The movement allows those people to find all their rights vis-à-vis the state and also provides some financial support to the neediest. Our movement fights for affordable public housing and adequate living conditions for the above population group. Many disabled people who are not fit to work, and who have 75% -100% disability, but are not restricted in movement, live in deplorable conditions. They do not receive the same benefits that retirees who also receive income supplement enjoy. In other words, they do not have discounts for the purchase of medicines, discounts on electricity bills, and property taxes, discounts for traveling in public transport and rent assistance similar to pensioners, they are not entitled to “heating / cooling” grants and more. In other words, they are not entitled to almost any benefits, despite their difficult situation. Moreover, they are also not eligible for public housing despite the harsh conditions in which they live daily.
There is a fundamental difference between the various disabled, and we believe that this should not be the case! A disabled person with a mobility impairment is entitled to public housing and receives rent assistance ranging from NIS 3,000 to NIS 3,900 per month. In addition, disabled people with reduced mobility receive larger benefits from the disabled, which the movement represents, thanks to additions to the basic benefit, which includes, among other things, special services, a mobility allowance and a companion, and more. In such a situation, the size of these benefits amounts to NIS 15,000-17,000 per month. On the other hand, the disabled represented by the movement, who do not have a mobility disability, have a 75% -100% disability and are not fit to work, receive only NIS 3,211 a month only! It follows that this group is the poorest and most vulnerable population in the State of Israel!!!
During my years of activity, I have met with many officials from various parties in the Knesset and in various government ministries. But unfortunately, the movement has not been successful for a decade, promoting the proposal that will allow disabled people who are not disabled, 75% -100% disabled and unfit to work, get public housing, or at least increase the amount of rent assistance and improve even slightly the Their living conditions. In light of the above, I, Tatiana Kaduchkin, chairwoman of the “ Overcoming ” movement (transparent disabled), Seeks to meet with you, p. To promote this project and help these people live a more dignified and proper life. Sincerely and with great hope, Tatiana Kaduchkin, chairwoman of the “ Overcoming ” movement (transparent disabled). Phone 1: 972-52-3708001. Phone 2: 972-3-5346644.
post Scriptum. Tatiana Kaduchkin is the director of this social movement, which I joined on July 10, 2018. In addition to Hebrew, she also speaks Russian at a very high level of mother tongue. I do not know the level of her knowledge of other languages.
Following the message, I left to MK Musi Raz-Asher for a meeting with him in the Knesset, I arrived on Tuesday, April 20, 21 at 1:30 p.m.
4/20/2021 Hello Knesset member Musi Raz: Subject: Housing problem for the disabled. A.N. Here are some issues related to the disabled and mentally handicapped population (a population that I am also included in) that I would like to bring to your attention. I would be interested to know to what extent you are able to advance these issues and/Or make urgent legislative amendments to improve our situation, the conditions of our care and our chances of surviving and integrating into society. I will note that from past experience I have learned that in meetings of this kind I will be told before I arrive that I will be given permission to speak in order to raise the issues I want to talk about. Automatically for a very serious “disorder” and therefore the security guards will attack me and expel me very aggressively - even when it is not necessary and when it is completely unnecessary, and even when it is completely clear that I do not pose any “danger” to anyone. And knowing this reality, I give you this letter - in case this time too will be the conduct towards me. Apparently, the very fact that I dare to raise adversity of the disabled public is interpreted as a very serious threat — even though it is not clear to me at all who or what it is exactly threatening. I’ll leave this letter to you and the staff of your office - I will not take it back to my house. And now for the details of the topics themselves: 1) Financing problem/Payment of rent - Many years ago it was determined (and it is not clear by whom - but apparently this is one or another government official) that disabled people living in the community are entitled to assistance in the amount of NIS 770 per month for the purpose of paying rent. As is well known, in recent years there has been a very significant increase in housing prices in the State of Israel - and as a result, of course, there has also been a significant increase in the level of rent. But the amount of aid in the amount of NIS 770, which was determined many years ago in a completely arbitrary manner, and without any explanation or logic, is not updated. Unfortunately even after very many correspondences (and there are at least a few thousand or even tens of thousands of letters, and unfortunately the writer of these things these numbers are not exaggerated at all), and sent to every possible source: the Ministry of Construction and Housing on its various branches, other government ministries like the Ministry of Finance And the Prime Minister’s Office, many journalists most of whom wrote this document spoke in person, many lawyers and even to the investigative offices and embassies of foreign countries-nothing helps-consequently the amount of aid is not updated many disabled people are thrown out into the street hungry, thirsty or Source in winter or heat stroke or dehydration in summer. It should be noted that organizations for exercising rights such as the “Yedid” association (which was reportedly closed several months ago) or legal aid clinics at universities and colleges with which the writer is also in contact can never help, and the reason for this is simple: the amount of NIS 770 is given by law , And rights-exercising organizations can only assist under existing law, and the only address in cases where legislative changes are needed is, as is well known, the Knesset. But here the situation only continues to get complicated: as is well known, for a very long period of more than two years, there has been no functioning government and Knesset and the State of Israel is in a situation of, in fact, an ongoing transitional government. The direct and destructive result of this situation is the inability to make vital amendments to the law that are urgently needed — some of which I list here. It should be noted that even when the Knesset and the government acted on the inquiries of the author of these lines, as well as inquiries from disabled organizations and many other parties regarding the amount of assistance to Knesset members, they were automatically referred to rights organizations, even though the Knesset members themselves know very well. Rights cannot be the address but only themselves. 2) Communication with landlords - There are many cases where disabled people have difficulty negotiating with a landlord/A. The apartment due to reasons related to their illness or disability. In these situations, the social workers are required to act as mediators — and a very large proportion of the social workers cannot really take on this role in each and every case. Moreover, the extensive cuts in recent years in standards for social workers’ jobs, coupled with the harsh working conditions, low wages, inadequate treatment by families of patients who are often seen as unjust, and unjustly responsible for the poor care their relatives receive - and all this Combined with the impossible workload that sometimes forces them, with no choice but to neglect even urgent or dangerous situations — all of these make it even more difficult for the person with a disability to find a suitable apartment and for the social worker to help. 3) Means of payment of patients - there are situations in which a person moves to live in the community after a long period of stay in hospitals, and without life habits that are considered normative such as going to work, bearing responsibility for managing his life, etc. Very often requirements set as a condition for signing a lease such as signing a deposit check cannot be achieved for people at this stage of their lives. frames and rehabilitation care in many pasts have been (one of which helped write this paper about 26 years ago when exiting hospitalization in a hospital residential facility) have been closed or significantly reduced the volume Their activity in recent years — something that may prevent rehabilitation from people who at this stage of their lives will not be able to progress without these essential therapeutic and rehabilitative envelopes. 4) The problem of the series - there is currently a complete imbalance regarding the debts and rights of the apartment owners on the one hand and the tenants of the apartments on the other. There are many laws that protect homeowners from this or that abuse of rental periods that may be on the part of tenants. On the other hand, there are no laws aimed at protecting people living in apartments from exploitation by landlords — and as a result many leases can be found outrageous, draconian and sometimes even illegal — and there are no laws aimed at protecting those tenants who are forced to sign these contracts. In many cases, tenants do not have a legal right to object to offensive clauses that are signed as a condition of renting the property - and they will be completely exposed to the whims of the apartment owners, and sometimes even during the tenancy itself. Of course, this problem is of the entire population -however it should be borne in mind that dealing with apartment owners in these situations is naturally more difficult for underprivileged populations like the disabled or sick. 5) Difficulty in information - There are considerable difficulties regarding raising the difficulties mentioned and exposing them in the public arena for the purpose of making the necessary corrections. The current priorities of the various media outlets that are almost uninterested in the issue, splitting between disabled organizations, reluctance of many factors in the society in which we live to take an active part in attempts to correct and improve the situation - all these make it difficult and difficult to raise these issues. The Knesset members to make the necessary legislative amendments instead of continuing to ignore and do nothing. Another difficulty exists when it comes to raising an advertising campaign: Disabled people living on disability benefits cannot pay the copy amounts requested by the advertising companies to run a campaign to promote treatment of the issue - and many attempts by the author of the document to bypass this or another student project. The publication did not help - and this is because even the latter did not show interest in it and did not see it as an issue that is really important to address. 6) Waiting time for treatment - there are many cases where people up to a certain stage in their lives did not need the help of mental health services at all - but as a result of difficult life circumstances or a traumatic or difficult event need the help of a mental health professional - and of course in many cases This is temporary or spot assistance and not chronic. Today the waiting periods for treatment or psychological assistance are very long — and as a result of the lack of help provided while people’s condition may deteriorate unnecessarily. Investing additional resources in the public mental health system can certainly bring about a change in the situation. It should be remembered that both economically and budgetarily there is no logic in such conduct: when people’s situation worsens during a long waiting period for treatment their situation continues to get complicated - and what could have been spot assistance that does cost the country money becomes even more severe. Infinitely. For these reasons, consideration should be given to adding and improving standards for the public mental health system - it should be remembered that the vast majority of the population in the State of Israel cannot afford these treatments privately - which cost several hundred shekels per individual session. 7) Dental care - As is well known, in the State of Israel, a person who needs dental care will almost always go to private doctors - since the public health system does not currently provide a solution in this area. It should be noted that in the case of the mentally handicapped, as well as the disabled in general, whose financial distress is very severe on a day-to-day level, regardless of dental care, it is even more difficult to receive these treatments, if and when necessary. The combination of severe mental health problems and severe financial distress causes these people to face a broken trough and a complete impasse when needed, and sometimes urgent in dental care. It should be borne in mind that today there is no, in fact, a systemic solution to an issue that is not addressed at all — and appropriate legislation must be considered and reasonable responses created with regard to dental care for these populations. 8) Hospitalization areas - A person who currently needs massive psychiatric treatment in a hospital or public clinic can only receive them in a clinic or hospital that is close to his area of residence. There are cases where patients prefer, for one reason or another, to be treated in another clinic — not necessarily the one very close to their area of residence. Patients should be allowed freedom of choice — and given a patient who is dissatisfied with treatment at a particular clinic or hospital the option of moving to a clinic or hospital elsewhere. This option is now given in all other fields of medicine — and there is no reason to deny freedom of choice as to the place of treatment in the field of psychiatric treatment alone. Moreover, such freedom of choice, if granted, could certainly cause mental health hospitals and clinics to compete with each other for patients — something that could certainly lead to better care and service. 9) Population Awareness -The general population sometimes finds very significant opposition when it comes to psychiatric treatments given in the area of people’s residence -that is due to lack of awareness and lack of awareness of the field-and without any practical or logical justification. Reducing the resistance and reluctance of the population through an appropriate systemic advocacy system may well facilitate the lives of patients and patients whose lives are very difficult in any case due to the disease and disability themselves. Lack of awareness in the society in which we live causes cases of residents’ objections to the opening of hostels or treatment facilities near their place of residence - which leads to considerable delays in opening these facilities, and sometimes even to preventing their opening due to lawsuits filed by residents. Moreover, there are quite a few cases in which there is a deliberate harassment of the population towards these treatment frameworks when they are in their area of residence - and it is very possible that raising public awareness could lead to a significant reduction in the number of these cases. Regards, Assaf Binyamini, 115 Costa Rica Street, Entrance A-Apartment 4, Kiryat Menachem, Jerusalem, Zip code: 9662592. Phone numbers: At-972-2-6427757. Mobile-972-58-6784040. Fax-972-77-2700076.
post Scriptum 1) My ID number: 029547403. 2) Address Hai.miil mine: 029547403 @walla.co.il or: firstname.lastname@example.org or: email@example.com or: firstname.lastname@example.org or: email@example.com or: firstname.lastname@example.org
or: email@example.com 3) the therapeutic session where I was until the day 03/16/2021 (due to continued cutbacks and the lowering of the budgets for health and welfare and lack of care in these matters there is no government or Knesset function I remained patient chronic disease and very difficult problems without any frame suitable treatment. All Nsionotii find a framework for handling relevant increase I can rely on pottery leaves — and there is no knowing how long this catastrophic situation will last): Reut Association - Avivit Hostel, 6Avivit Street, Kiryat Menachem, Jerusalem, Zip code: 9650816. Phone numbers at the hostel offices: 972-2-6432551. Or: 972-2-6428351. Address Hai.miil of the hostel: firstname.lastname@example.org The social worker from the hostel staff, with whom I was in contact: Oshrat-972-50-5857185. 4) My family doctor I am under follow-up: Dr. Brandon Stewart, “Clalit Health Services” - Promenade Clinic, 6 Daniel Janowski Street, Jerusalem, Zip code: 9338601. Phone number at the clinic’s offices: 06738558-2-972 Fax number at clinic offices: 972-2-6738551.
5) A list of the regular medications I take: 1. Psychiatric drugs: A. Seroquel - 2pills of 300 mg each evening. B. Tegretol CR - 400 mg-every morning. 400 mg-every evening. third. Effexor - 150 mg-every morning. 150 mg-every evening. 2. S ymvastatin-
10 mg every day in the evening.
6) The following is a list of the medical problems I suffer from:
- Mental illness - obsessive-compulsive disorder OCD And a disease defined asschyzo-affective disorder
- Psoriatic arthritis.
- . A neurological problem whose definition is unclear. Its main symptoms: objects that fall out of the hands without me noticing, dizziness, loss of sensation in some areas of the palms and a certain problem with balance and posture.
- Chronic disc herniation in the back in 4-5 vertebrae - which also radiates to the legs and makes it difficult to walk.
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
- Beginning of signs of a cardiological problem from the last month (I am writing these words on Thursday, March 22, 2018). At the time of writing, the nature of the problem is still unclear, which is manifested in chest pain for most of the day, difficulty breathing and also speaking.
- Significant weakening of vision, which began about six months ago (I am writing these words on Monday, April 19, 2121).
7) Additional personal details: Age: 48. Marital status: Single. Date of birth: 11.11.1972.
8) Below is the message I tried to send to Mr. Yuli Edelstein, Minister of Health of the State of Israel on May 20, 1990 (I will note that Facebook blocked the possibility of sending this message only - while the Facebook account itself continues to operate properly. I cannot understand this strange behavior, and why Facebook does not allow me to send only this message):
Mr. July Edelstein Shalom Rav :
Subject: General Perfect-Service Denial.
On Wednesday, 19.5.2021 at 18:56 in the evening, I called HaMoked * 2700 - in order to postpone the queue, I have for photography CT Set for 25.5.2021 for another date.
To my great astonishment, the caller demanded that I tell her what my father’s name was — and asserted that without this information she could not allow me this basic action.
All my attempts to explain to her that my father had nothing to do with the matter, and that it was all a simple act of postponing an appointment I had made at the clinic had encountered an opaque wall of abuse and wickedness. I got a little tired of these silly and unnecessary arguments - what the hell is the problem with postponing an appointment I set for another date? And what do my parents have to do with it at all? I will note that I am a 48-year-old person and for many years I have not been in the custody of my parents. so, what are we doing? What is the solution? I am Just can’t figure it out, and what was so complicated about making a new appointment in this canceled place. Clalit Perfect Conditions From now on the service is provided in that in every conversation with them I must tell them the names of my parents. I believe that this is an abuse of her name - there is no connection between my parents’ names and Clalit Mushalem’s service. so, what are we doing? Is there a solution? Or henceforth I just will not be able to make appointments and will have to stay without any treatment or therapeutic follow-up? Is Clalit HMO really allowed to condition the provision of the service on Lamb and Tahia in that in every conversation with them the insured will have to say what the names of his parents are? Is it even legal? After all, sometimes people with sensitive and shares one kind or another-and may a person would be willing to tell the representatives of the Service (and any personal reason which) they obviously strangers for whom the name of his parents every single conversation-so why not find a minimum of humanity and to consider this? Why behave in such a predatory and opaque way? Regards, Assaf Binyamini, 115 Costa Rica Street, Entrance A-Apartment 4, Kiryat Menachem, Jerusalem, Zip code: 9662592. Phone numbers: At-972-2-6427757. Mobile-972-58-6784040. Fax: 792-77-2700076 post Scriptum 1) My ID number: 029547403. 2) My Email Addresses :email@example.com
and-: firstname.lastname@example.org and-: email@example.com and-: firstname.lastname@example.org and-: email@example.com and-: firstname.lastname@example.org and-: email@example.com
- The therapeutic framework in which I was until March 16, 2121: Reut Association - Avivit Hostel, 115 Costa Rica Street, Entrance A-Apartment 4, Kiryat Menachem, Jerusalem, Zip code: 9650816. Phone numbers at the hostel offices: 972-2-6432551 Or: 972-2-6428351. The social worker from the hostel staff, with whom I was monitored until 16.3.2021: Approved-972-50-5857185.
9) Here are links to my profiles on the various social networks in which I am active: www.facebook.com/profile.p… vk.com/id3849401… www.webtalk.co/assaf.ben… wa.link / s7hrg3 www.linkedin.com/in/assaf-… www.instagram.com/assafhyyy… www.youtube.com/channel/U… twitter.com/MPn5ZoSbD… 10) I will note that I am a Hebrew-speaking person, and my level of knowledge of other languages is very low. Except for medium to low level English and very low level French I have no further knowledge in this area. I enlisted the help of a professional translation company to write this document. 11) The following is the correspondence I conducted on 21.5.2021 on the social network Facebook: Yelena Perman 12:34 sent by Yelena: Today at 12:34 Hi Assaf, The group of doctors and caregivers is designed to look for recommendations on doctors or caregivers, thinking your post is a little less relevant and not sure there will be anyone who will answer you. In any case do not recommend revealing all your personal details in groups on Facebook, inside the letter you have attached your details and it is not safe for you. If you would like to seek a recommendation from a doctor or therapist, I will confirm the post. Successfully 13:43 Sent by you: Today at 1:43 p.m. I am indeed looking for a recommendation for an attending physician and a treatment framework in which I can find a solution to my difficult health condition. And as for the disclosure of my personal details: I am fully aware of the enormous risk I am taking in doing so. At the same time, nothing scares me, because I have nothing left to lose in my life anyway. I do this as a definite last resort — and this after all attempts to find a solution in “acceptable” ways of appealing to various authorities have failed, and for many years I have encountered unbearable procrastination. Every government office or authority to which I turn all these years escapes responsibility and rolls it from it onwards — and instead of taking care of these do nothing but refer me back and forth from one to another. Given this reality I was left with, in fact, no other option or choice. I will note that I will continue to do so in the absence of any reasonable solution for a disabled person in my situation because of an authority, organization or government office. I would appreciate it if you could share these words with me in a group - I really, really do not need people “who will protect my privacy” or “who will not reveal my personal details” -so supposedly. In the reality of my life, I look for the exact opposite: exposing these details on as many Internet platforms and social networks as possible - when the reality it imposes on the disabled, the State of Israel can easily cause a disabled person like me to escape and death within a few hours (or even less) Health I will not be able to survive on the street) -so in such a situation the consideration of privacy or non-disclosure of personal details simply does not exist. The danger of death on the street is much more tangible and immediate — and again: I have no choice or other option left — and I would appreciate it if you could share these words while fully detailing all your personal details. Regards, Assaf Binyamini.