Social Care Programme

The social workers inform and advise on the processing of public and private social resources for all users.

These are the main activities they carry out:

  • Advice on the application or review of the degree of dependency.
  • Advice on the application or review of the degree of disability.
  • Information/Management of the AA Card
  • Advice on the application for the ‘Programa Acomp谩帽ote’ (Accompany yourself programme) for GPS tracking devices.
  • Advice on applying for the ‘Family Respite Programme’ for carers of dependent persons.
  • Advice on applying for a parking card for people with disabilities.
  • Referral to socio-community resources.
  • Advice on applying for Bonotaxi (Taxi voucher)
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Three types of interventions are carried out:

1. Information.
The social worker provides initial attention to the relatives or carers of the person diagnosed with some type of dementia. By means of a face-to-face appointment, the information and services available at the centre are explained to them, as well as the socio-community services available to them.

2. Referral

There are two types of referrals:

Internal: services developed by the association

  • Psychological support
  • Legal support
  • Information on support products
  • SAD
  • Cognitive stimulation service at home
  • Physiotherapy at home
  • ‘Cultiva a Mente’ Prevention of cognitive decline
  • Training programme

External: services of the public administration, private centres or other entities

  • Primary care social services
  • Specialised doctor
  • Residence
  • SAD
  • Public day centre
  • Private day centre

3. Social care
The associated family and member of AFAGA can request information about social and/or private resources, as well as resources available in the community.

More info:

  • Phone: +34 986 22 97 97
  • E-mail: / /
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