Daily accommodation is a form of temporary accommodation intended for the elderly who live with their families when they need short term care in cases such as:
Continuation of hospital treatment
Inability of family members to provide 24-hour care due to their illness, medical treatment, working hours or vacation.
Daily care is intended for the elderly who live in their own homes without family and who uses services during the working week. These services include accommodation, meals, maintaining personal hygiene, healthcare, psychosocial rehabilitation, organization of free time, and other needs.
Professional staff is included in the work program including a social worker, nurses, occupational therapist, caregivers and support staff.