Domiciliary care for people with disabilities
What is Domiciliary care for people with disabilities?
Article 22 of the Law 328/2000 establishes that the integrated system of social actions and services guarantees the citizens, in their local social and health district, some fundamental health services, representing the basic levels of social assistance, defined LIVEAS. These basic levels guarantee a range of social actions and services in order to guarantee individuals and families quality of life and social citizenship, as well as equal opportunities and protection for vulnerable individuals.
Domiciliary care for people with disabilities encompasses a variety of free services for people with psychophysical and/or sensory disability of various severity, enabling disabled people to stay in their own home.
The service can be provided for free or with an economic integration based on the ISEE certification (that is the document indicating external signs of wealth criterion).
What kind of services?
Medi Care provides all the services included in domiciliary assistance. Among others:
- Hourly assistance
- Personal care, getting dressed
- Cooking and assistance during meals
- Assistance in specific and practical situations (medical visits, clinical exams, etc)
- Help and assistance by phone
Who is eligible for this service?
Citizens of all ages who are partially or totally care-dependent on a physical and/or social and/or medical level and suffer from a disability certified in accordance with Law 104/92.
Request for Elderly home care
To receive this service, you should submit your request, filled in and signed by the General practitioner, along with the ISEE certification to the local Department of social services and family policies.
Later, the plan is agreed with the user and their family.
This service can be provided also for short periods of time and according to the needs expressed during the planning stage.