The social benefit for inclusion is a monthly instalment in cash, paid to national and foreign citizens, refugees and statlees people (people without country), who have a disability of wich results a degree of incapacity equal or higher than 60%. It comprises three components:
- The Basic Component - it aims to compensate the general accrued charges derived from the situation of disability, aiming to promote the autonomy and social inclusion of the disabled individual
- The Complement - it aims to combat the situations of poverty of disabled individuals
- The Surcharge - it aims to compensate specific charges derived from the situation of disability, which is regulated on a subsequent phase.