Living with peace of mind

Group of people participating in a mask-making workshop at a retirement centre

Residential care

Residential care centres are designed to temporarily or permanently welcome people that cannot live independently.

 Couple embracing and laughing with the teleassistance button hung around their necks

Teleassistance service

The City Council teleassistance service consists of installing an apparatus in the home. This is connected to a central headquarters, with which the person can communicate in case of emergency, by pressing a button. It provides assistance for elderly people, and those with disabilities and/or dependency so that they can continue living safely in their homes.  

Teleassistance Service (ES)

Woman inside an adapted bathroom

Adapted housing

These homes offer elderly people safe, adapted housing and integration into the community.

Two users in a day centre talking while they do a writing activity

Day Centres

The day-care teams provide assistance to elderly people during working hours (from 9.00h to 19.00h). 

A woman sitting beside another aged over 65 looking at the computer

Home care services

A service designed for people with limited autonomy in carrying out daily activities: hygiene, shopping, preparing meals...

Home care. Elderly People (ES)

Two held hands

Supervised housing

Apartments that encompass services such as provision of meals, cleaning, laundry, teleassistance and leisure activities.  

Poster announcing the Radars project

Radars

A project that enables elderly people to continue living in their homes thanks to a support and monitoring network in their immediate environment, in which neighbours, associations and services participate. 

Radars project (ES)

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