Santa Ana is a comprehensive care resource aimed at providing residential care to persons with acquired brain damage, persons who are highly dependent and over the age of 16 with a grade of disability such that they need the help of others to perform daily activities and cannot be assisted in their homes. Based in the autonomous community of Andalusia, this is one of the psycho-social care resources that forms part of the subsidised services provided pursuant to Law 39/2006 of 14 December, on the promotion of personal autonomy and care for dependent persons in Spain, arranged with the Department of Equality and Social Policies of the Regional Government of Andalusia.
Santa Ana’s main objective is to improve the quality of life of its residents through comprehensive, personalised care provided by a team of qualified professionals who work in the social, medical and educational areas.
The centre has facilities located in an attractive metropolitan environment with physical space that guarantees the protection and security of the residents, covering their basic needs of accommodation, board and assistance in the basic, instrumental activities carried out in daily life.
The residents take part in psycho-educational activities adapted to their tastes and preferences, physical and cognitive rehabilitation and they also participate in many leisure and free time outings that give them personal autonomy and favour their social inclusion.
C/ Flota 7-9 (Triana)
41010 Sevilla (España)
+34 954 34 74 63 – +34 608 22 53 08
San Sebastián Nursing Home
Opened in 2010, San Sebastián has become a nursing home of reference in care for persons with intellectual disability and behavioural disorders in the province of Seville, and one of the psycho-social care resources included in the subsidised services included in Law 39/2006 of 14 December, on the promotion of personal autonomy and care for dependent persons in Spain, arranged with the Department of Equality and Social Policies of the Regional Government of Andalusia.
San Sebastián Nursing Home provides comprehensive, professionalised integration with the objective of reducing and eliminating the behavioural disorders of its residents so that they can be referred to other care resources, all of which is achieved by means of specialised and personalised treatment based on a biopsychosocial approach that aims to:
- Improve the quality of life of the residents and their main carers.
- Increase and improve personal and social autonomy skills.
- Promote personal satisfaction.
- Foster adequate social relations in a normal environment.
As well as providing physical space that guarantees the security of its residents, the Home has social and educational activity and leisure and free time programmes that cover all the interests and needs of the persons in its care.
Avda. de la Mujer Mantonera, nº 2
41320 Cantillana, Sevilla (España)
+34 955 73 28 98
Santa Teresa Nursing Home
Santa Teresa is a residential home established by the Directorate-General for Disabled Persons and the Elderly of the Regional Government of Castilla La Mancha in 2015. The centre provides comprehensive service to persons with minor to moderate intellectual disability. As it is located in small town, relations between it and the community are close and friendly, and there is a greater possibility of maintaining significant interactions than in other, more complex places.
The main objective of the Home is to significantly improve the quality of life of all its residents. To that end, it has the necessary staff to ensure support in all areas of life: well-being, emotional, interpersonal relations, material well-being, personal development, physical well-being, self-determination, social inclusion and rights. In addition, Santa Teresa has adequate facilities and staff to cover the needs of all its residents, who can move around independently.
In particular, Santa Teresa’s aim is to:
- Increase opportunities for personal development as well as satisfaction with themselves and with their environment.
- Promote personal autonomy in all areas of life, improving their self-esteem and self-concept and giving them efficient tools for social interaction and communication.
- Adapt the interventions to the needs of the residents in terms of support.
- Promote, motivate and facilitate social interaction by the residents, increasing their participation and inclusion in the community.
- Motivate and promote the participation of families in making relevant decisions in the lives of their loved ones.
- Raise awareness, transform and be drivers of a change in paradigm in our environment, by development programmes for the community.
C/ Constitución, nº 1
45730 Villafranca de los Caballeros, Toledo (España)
+34 926 57 80 03 – +34 609 67 57 79
El Sauzal Centre for the Disabled is a public resource that provides social and medical care to physically disabled dependent persons in Tenerife. Access is arranged with the Directorate-General for Dependency and Disability of the Regional Government of the Canary Islands, and its purpose is to provide comprehensive care to persons through a residential or a day care scheme.
The centre, which is located in the city centre, has facilities adapted to the service it provides, with:
- 32 places for residents.
- 5 temporary places for residents.
- 19 Day Care Unit places.
The intervention model is based on planning with a focus on people and the beneficiaries are the protagonists and planners of their own lives and have a support system that is provided by the centre’s professionals.
The centre’s main objective is to contribute to improving the life of people, promoting their well-being and that of their families within the context of the centre and the community.
It has a team of trained professionals with wide experience in dealing with the needs of persons with physical functional diversity. The team is committed to personal development, functional maintenance and the promotion of the inclusion of the residents with their local community.
It provides services such as psychology, physiotherapy, social work, occupational therapy, nursing, social integration and education, socio-cultural animation and care in daily life.
Avenida Inmaculada Concepción, 17
38360, El Sauzal, Tenerife (España)
+34 922 57 32 92