Sociosanitary services

The services we offer coordinate curative, social and educational assistance to people in situations of dependency,as the elderly, the chronically ill and people who are disabled psycological,physical,sensory ill aswell, to help families and release a load as spanish families have traditionally.

Our priority is to increase patient autonomy, mitigating their limitations or suffering and thus facilitating their reintegration into society. To reach it, we always consider the characteristics and type of people whom require this social care.

Personal care
  • Daily cleaning of the patient, change of clothes and bedding.
  • Maintaining hygiene, change of linnen and diapering.
  • Moving the patient both inside and going outside the home.
  • Cleaning and maintenance both inside the home and outside the home.
  • Cleaning and maintenance of the patient environment, room and bathroom.
  • Scorting the patient to both medical and social visits.
  • Document management, medical appointments, prescriptions, etc.
  • Buying and preparing meals. diet management, depending on the pathology
  • Active and passive gym exercises.
  • A diary written in the different shifts so to have daily informacion about the patient’s evolution for the family.
  • Read daily press and comment, to keep alive the interest on what’s going on.
Sociosanitay help
  • Control their vital signs on a continuous basis.
  • Detection of possible decompensation on general state, acting preventively and giving notice to the person appointed (ER, family, Geriasistencia S. L.).
  • Administration of medication as prescribed by physician or specialist.
  • Pressure ulcer prevention and cures if necessary.
  • Physical therapies such as massage and active and passive movements.
  • Cognitive therapies. Brain Gymnastic programs aimed to exercise and improve perceptual, intellectual and communication skills.
  • Specific programs for Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, dementia, etc.
  • Physiotherapy at home with specific protocols.
  • Nasogastric feeding, cleaning and maintenance.
  • Special attention to patients with palliative care.
  • Occupational therapy at home.
  • Direct and constant communication with the family or responsible, giving information concerning the status or patient outcomes.
  • Keeping a registred book/notebook with daily records of the patient’s status.
Help at home

All the activities related with the patient’s enviroment such as:

  • Change of clothes
  • Linen change.
  • Cleaning the bedroom and bathroom.
  • Buying and preparing meals.