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The project "No Elderly person should be alone" originates from a careful analysis of daily life and the changes it has undergone in recent years.

The World Assembly on the issues affecting the elderly, held in Vienna 1982, concluded as reported in the PROGRAM DOCUMENT "PROJECT OBJECTIVE- CARE AND HEALTH OF THE ELDERLY" in recommendation n° 34 states:

Every time an admission into a healthcare institution is necessary or unavoidable for the elderly person, we should ensure that all possible is done to guarantee a quality of life comparable to the one the elderly person was living in the community, safeguarding and respecting human dignity, faith, necessities, interests, privacy and cultural background of the elderly person. The State must define rules that guarantee an acceptable level of healthcare quality of care institutions.

This project mirrors the mission of our foundation and opens new perspectives of life for the elderly who, all too often, are considered as a burden, rather than as a resource for the community.

The improvements in healthcare and in the general quality of life, have shifted the average life expectancy of individuals upwards. This has contributed to the growth of the elderly population worldwide and in our country. However, parallel and equal improvements in social healthcare haven t yet occurred and it is here that we can improve the quality of life for these individuals. Our project aims to sustain such changes offering help in various forms such as:

  • Help improve autonomy, self-sufficiency and physic-psycho-motor recovery and rehabilitation;
  • Music therapy Interacting to all music genres;
  • Learning the use of informational technology;
  • Psychological counselling for a better knowledge of self and the problems that arise with an advanced age;
  • Friend Point: daily assistance in small matters such as bill payments, making appointments and/or accompanying the elderly for medical visits and so on.
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