Recipients of services
A. 24 Hours nursing service:
- Number of Users: 100;
- Services Recipients: local residents, regardless of gender, and must meet the following requirements:
- Applicants must be assessed by the Social Welfare Bureau(IAS) as a person able to live in a "retirement home";
- Health problems, severely impaired physical function, resulting in decreased self-care capacity, without serious infectious diseases, the need to receive improved medical treatment or nursing services and failure to meet your care needs through family or other health services. community support, resulting in failure Stay in the community;
- People who are not aggressive or suicidal and suitable for group accommodation services.
B. Special Care services (Half-day):
- Number of Users: 80;
- Services Recipients: local residents, aged 55 or over, regardless of gender, and must meet the following requirements:
- People without care during the day, with health problems or with impaired physical or cognitive functions;
- Long-term bedridden people who need care from others in daily life;
- No serious mental illness or acute infectious disease;
- The candidate must be assessed by the Social Welfare Bureau(IAS) as a qualified person to use community assistance services.
C. Home Assistance Service:
- Number of Users: 110, including 20 fragile service cases;
- Services Recipients:
- All local residents and those who are in poor health or sick have insufficient self-care capacity, but lack the attention and support of relatives and friends, so they need help in daily life;
- Service users who live alone / elderly couples who have no community support;
- After being evaluated by the service unit professionals, those who are qualified to use the service;
- Service users of fragile service cases should be evaluated by the Social Welfare Institute to determine whether they are eligible for fragile service cases.
D. Caregiver Support Services: Caregivers who need help or support in the community.