A more efficient and effective using of financial and human resources for offering social-health services;

  • Checking and satisfying the individual needs of each beneficiary;
  • Using the coziness and security of the home environment for restoring the psycho-social status of chronically ill elderly people and those with permanent disabilities;
  • Assuring an easier access to social services and health care;
  • Prevention of hospitalization and rehabilitation for social reasons;
  • Helping family members who care for their parents and relatives.

For what people is home care the most suitable?

• Adults with chronic illnesses and permanent disabilities;

• People after active treatment in a hospital;

• Adults and lonely people experiencing difficulties in coping with their day-to-day activities;

• Elderly people in small and remote settlements with limited access to medical care and social services.