This service makes it possible to request, by Electronic Register, the free prescriptions for minors with a recognised degree of disability equal to or greater than 33%.
Parents, guardians, foster parents, guardians of a minor with a recognised degree of disability equal to or greater than 33%, or their representatives or proxies, who want to apply for free prescriptions for minors.
If you are logging in with a Username + Password (permanent Cl@ve), in order to guarantee a higher level of security, you will be sent an SMS code to the mobile number that you provided at the time of registration. You must enter this code in order to sign the communication in the Electronic Register.
If you are acting as a representative, you must attach the standardised representation form, which can be found next to the application form in the attached documents section, or any legally valid document that is proof of the representation.
In the case of powers of attorney, they must be registered in the Electronic Register of Powers of Attorney.
Your connection has a time limit. Therefore, if your session times out while filling in the application form you have to restart the session and complete the items pending.
The total size of the documents to be attached must not exceed 10 Mb.
Once the process has been completed, you will receive a "proof of receipt" in PDF format.
If you do not receive the confirmation message, or if you receive an error or failed sending message, you should resubmit the application at another time or use other channels.
The INSS will send proof of entitlement to the interested party's e-mail address.
To access this service check you have the necessary technical requirements.
El acceso a este servicio estará habilitado únicamente cuando se identifique como persona física o entidad
|document name||Publication date|
|Modelo de solicitud de Farmacia gratuita para menores de edad con un grado de discapacidad reconocido igual o superior al 33% (PDF, 2789 Kb)||26/10/2021|
|Standard representation form (PDF, 2387 Kb)||29/03/2022|