The House of Disabled Persons is a public institution intended for the permanent residence of single disabled disabled war and labor (1 and 2 groups), as well as elderly citizens in need of constant care and medical supervision. For children with congenital physical disabilities or neuropsychiatric disorders, special orphanages have been created. All persons living in the homes of persons with disabilities are fully maintained by the state. Persons living in the homes of persons with disabilities are involved in feasible labor processes (work in a subsidiary farm, in workshops, etc.), which pursues mainly therapeutic and recreational goals. All people living in homes for people with disabilities are provided with a furnished dwelling (a separate room for spouses), food according to established standards, bedding, clothes, shoes and everything necessary for life, as well as medical care; produced cultural services. In addition, 25% of their pension is paid to disabled soldiers (10% for the rest of the pensioners). Homes for the disabled have living quarters at a rate of not less than 4 m 2 for a resident, rooms for rest and medical assistance, a kitchen, a canteen, an insulator , and medical and labor workshops.
The nursing staff consists of a paramedic, a senior nurse, and 1-5 nurses (depending on the number of residents). In the states of homes for persons with disabilities for 76 residents and more, there is a medical position. The duties of a paramedic (nurse) include the provision of medical care to persons with disabilities, the implementation of preventive measures, monitoring the sanitary condition of the house of persons with disabilities.