Moving on, the should recieve benfits. Someone said on this forums (maybe in this thread) that their benefits were taken when they got a full/part time job. I think this is harsh. Being permantly disabled will most likely hold you back from a large ammount of careers so they may need their benefits after they get a job.
Actually, I think it's more that the benefits get taken when the person's income outside of it are more than a certain amount. For example, I think I was told I can work a part-time job under a certain per-month or per-week salary, but if I go over, I don't get the benefits anymore. It's a low number, whatever it is, so it's still equally problematic.
Also a carer should visit them at least once a week.
Depends what the disorder is. For anything outside of a physical or very severe mental/neurological disability, I'm not sure this is necessary, especially when the government/someone else would have to hire someone specifically for that purpose. They probably wouldn't think it was worthwhile.