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27 October 2019
Social service at home care does not just mean visiting a social worker at a client and helping the client with their daily home cleaning, cooking or delivering groceries, newspapers. In most cases, home care recipients are persons with reduced mobility and functional capacity, or are unable to care for themselves completely. Municipal social services often lack the facilities to care for, wash, lift, move, and move such clients.
Within the framework of the project, 5 participating municipalities have purchased specialized equipment for the operation of mobile home care teams and for improving the quality of service for the elderly. The project partner municipalities Rezekne City Council, Daugavpils Municipality Council, Ilukste County Municipality, Utena District Municipality Administration and Moletai District Municipality Administration have at their disposal various devices – washing aids – chairs, backs, bath dispensers and mattresses for sleeping or partially physically functioning people. mattress-bath, sleeping-belts and cushions, mobility aids- various types of wheelchairs, walking frames, mobility chairs, devices for determining health parameters (mobile electrocardiograph, blood pressure monitors, sugar control devices, weight measuring devices), personal hygiene, such as hair, beard, nail care and more. The mobile teams of Utena and Moletai partners also received IT equipment necessary for their daily work – 5 mobile phones (Utena) and 2 portable computers (Moletai).
The mobile teams of Utena and Moletai partners also received IT equipment necessary for their daily work – 5 mobile phones (Utena) and 2 portable computers (Moletai).
Last updated: 23.04.2021 11:09