Domiciliary Care Integrated: What Is It?

It is not always easy to distinguish what are the home support the home support integrated. In this article we will give you a help to know you choose.

Home Support Integrated

The Home Support Integrated – ADI – is a response that manifests itself through a set of actions and care, multidisciplinary, flexible, comprehensive, accessible and coordinated social support and health, to provide home for twenty-four hours a day, seven days per week.

WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE SAD AND THE ADI?

The ADI is distinguished from the Home Support Service – SAD – to the extent that it sets a social response developed on the basis of a piece of equipment, that consists in the provision of individualized care and personalized in-home to individuals and families when, by reason of illness, disability or other impediment, cannot ensure, temporarily or permanently, the satisfaction of basic needs and/ or the activities of daily life.

The SAD is intended for individuals and families, primarily the elderly, people with disabilities and people in situation of dependency.

Already the ADI is intended, essentially, people in situation of dependency and their families.

THE HOME SUPPORT INTEGRATED

The home support integrated ensures the provision of nursing care and medical preventive, curative, and others, and the provision of social support is indispensable to the satisfaction of basic human needs.

The referral of clients within the home support integrated must be made at the request of the family doctor, the hospital, the district centre of social security or by the Holy House of Mercy, through information in printed forms with diagnostics, detailed of the situations and other information deemed convenient.

This type of support exists, also, in some structures of the Portuguese Red Cross.

The home support integrated is intended, essentially, to persons in situation of dependency and their families.
This service has several objectives, namely:
  • Ensure the provision of health care and social support;
  • Contribute to the improvement of the quality of life of individuals and families;
  • Ensure the provision of adequate physical and psychosocial support to individuals and families, to contribute to their balance and well-being;
  • Support clients and families in meeting basic needs and activities of daily living;
  • Contribute to delay or prevent institutionalization;
  • Develop activities recreational therapy-occupational;
  • Ensure the support to the families with people in situation of dependence to his position, including training in the provision of care.

The locations that have the home support, integrated are several. By rule, the Holy House of Mercy of each region has agreements with the institutions that deliver these services.

The ideal is to inform of the Holy House of Mercy closer, or of the Social Security Services which is the best institution to help in these situations in which you need the home support integrated.

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