The needs of senior citizens in Opole, Poland, are addressed by providing a variety of new care services, such as delivering hot meals, setting up a residential complex, and the opening of an information and education centre.
Routine visits to the doctor become a thing of the past in this Swedish locality with a digital service that relies on digital identification, SMS, and email.
A multidisciplinary support centre provides comprehensive care for female victims of violence, backed by technical innovation, carers, lawyers, and psychologists.
Structural changes within council care break the negative cycle for young people, with the introduction of comprehensive, multidisciplinary teams.
This programme provides professional assistance to people in Lithuania who privately take care of their family members at home.
Swedish healthcare is modernised with secure online access to medical records which enhances information sharing, and patient rights and welfare.
Students receive free accommodation for 30 hours per month of their time to support the care of elderly care home residents.
A skills-based labour market is developed by uniting various organisations in career programmes, to support the sustainable employability of lower- and medium-skilled workers.
A career centre offers guidance and individual consultations to local youth, provided by a team of specialists.
A Services Centre provides social assistance for elderly and socially vulnerable people in a partnership between the community and the authorities.
A coordinated network of local caregivers and service providers supports those most in need: the elderly, the disabled, the ill, and their families.
A free security wristband connects elderly and disabled residents with a 24-hour emergency response team.
Well-trained senior citizens volunteer to provide newborn babies with critically needed physical closeness when the parents cannot be there – to reduce infant stress and keep newborns’ immune systems strong.