could ask schools to adjust things. After all, every school should be accessible
Once the child is accepted in the school, the school should make attending the lessons physically possible for the mentally handicapped child. It often happens that lessons are planned in classrooms and practical rooms which are not accessible for the child.
Adjustments made on the outside of the building and things like elevators on stairs are the responsibility of the community. Adjustments made on the inside of the building are the responsibility of the authority in charge: the community or the school government.
They do not get extra money for this. With primary education, the money for adjustments has to be paid from the general budget for maintenance. With grammar schools the money has to be paid from the so-called ‘lump sum’ financing. Schools are not obliged to actually spend the money on architectural adjustments for mentally handicapped children.