• Home Care services allow effective and efficient use of human and financial resources in the health and social sectors;
  • Individual needs of the beneficiaries are taken into account;
  • Home care is the preferred form of care for individuals even for those who are terminally ill;
  • Services are provided in the usual home environment of the beneficiaries which is significant for their quick recovery;
  • Home Care services ensure equal and easy access of people in need to health cares and social services;
  • Regular provision of services has a preventive role in terms of health deterioration of the beneficiaries and hospitalization and re-hospitalization of patients is thus reduced;
  • Home care services keep families together and support informal caregivers allowing them to find realization on the labour market.

 

Home Care is an appropriate form of services for:

  • Older people with chronic diseases and permanent disabilities;
  • People released from hospitals following active treatment;
  • Older people living alone, having difficulties to cope with their everyday activities;
  • Older people living in rural areas or places with limited access to medical care and social services.