In 2019 the home had an average of 34 beneficiaries. They receive non-stop care according to their individual needs. Occupational activities and social events are organised to eliminate a sense of uselesness or marginalization. We also help them to access public medical services by transporting them to specialized doctors or hospitals.
The home residents receive 3 main meals and 2 snacks each day, and we strive to adapt all meals for people who needed a special diet according to the recommendations of the specialist doctors.
Regular meetings and discussions are organised to identify and test needs and satisfaction.
Currently our institution has 14 employees – 8 caretakers, 1 social worker, 1 medical nurse, 2 social workers, 2 cleaning ladies. A family doctor visits the beneficiaries weekly and participates in the planning and monitoring of services provided in a multi-discipline team. We regularly work with specialist doctors (kinetotherapist, neurologist, psychologist, etc.) to cover needs.