The Social Centre (CS) has always had the goal of providing a permanent home for elderly with situations of social-economic fragility and thus more susceptible to the effects of aging in precarious conditions


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61 mini-apartments, 21 double and 40 for individuals, for self-sufficient elderly: integrated in a complex full of services (nursery school, library, crêche, social services, educational direction, AUSER, ecc.) in a highly urbanized area and near a shopping centre.

  • 61 mini-apartments, 21 double and 40 for individuals, for self-sufficient elderly: integrated in a complex full of services (nursery school, library, crêche, social services, educational direction, AUSER, ecc.) in a highly urbanized area and near a shopping centre.



The Social Centre (CS) has always had the goal of providing a permanent home for elderly with situations of social-economic fragility and thus more susceptible to the effects of aging in precarious conditions.

  • The Social Centre (CS) has always had the goal of providing a permanent home for elderly with situations of social-economic fragility and thus more susceptible to the effects of aging in precarious conditions.



The organization and management of CS allows the elderly person to remain as long as possible in his own home, and is grounded in the “Management Code”…

  • The organization and management of CS allows the elderly person to remain as long as possible in his own home, and is grounded in the “Management Code”…



… And nourishment in daily operational modalities, recalling the operators not only in educational and welfare actions, and the residents of the CS to an active and participatory role in their own lives and in the community.

  • … And nourishment in daily operational modalities, recalling the operators not only in educational and welfare actions, and the residents of the CS to an active and participatory role in their own lives and in the community.





It is calculated on the basis of a complessive valutation which takes account of:

  • It is calculated on the basis of a complessive valutation which takes account of:

  • age;

  • years of residence in the municipality;

  • presence/absence of children;

  • housing conditions;

  • percentage of the rental income received;

  • relationship between income and the minimum subsistence;

  • conditions of solitude with risk of exclusion/high socio-familiar discomfort;



The staff are permanent employers of the municipality, and it is composed by the responsible of the structure in the figure of an official of the social services, a social worker coordinator, four home care workers, one of which is the main contact.

  • The staff are permanent employers of the municipality, and it is composed by the responsible of the structure in the figure of an official of the social services, a social worker coordinator, four home care workers, one of which is the main contact.



Professional and internal social work.

  • Professional and internal social work.

  • Measures to combat poverty.

  • Interventions to promote the permanence on the proper residence.

  • Socialization activities.



It is accomplished through the coordination of the social worker in consultation with the act of the home care workers and exerts the actions of:

  • It is accomplished through the coordination of the social worker in consultation with the act of the home care workers and exerts the actions of:

  • information

  • monitoring

  • predisposition of assistance personalized projects

  • connection with the health professionals of reference, with other public or private services,

  • with families

  • promotion of self-help networks among residents

  • management of entry, stay and exit of the person



The intervention strategy follows the general lines, due to the method “problem solving”, which in turn are adapted to the situation to be faced, with a trend of circolarity that goes from the observation to the recognition, the evaluation and elaboration of an assistance personalized project, to the realization of this project, until the observation of the results and the verification of the same.

  • The intervention strategy follows the general lines, due to the method “problem solving”, which in turn are adapted to the situation to be faced, with a trend of circolarity that goes from the observation to the recognition, the evaluation and elaboration of an assistance personalized project, to the realization of this project, until the observation of the results and the verification of the same.

  • A continuous circuit that focuses on the person with its own rights and desires, and ends only with the output from the CS.

  • An operative modality that allows in particular to respond adequately and promptly to sudden needs.



The person is observed from the beginning in the following areas:

  • The person is observed from the beginning in the following areas:

  • In the self-care

  • In its relations with other

  • In the level of participation



The most effective and efficient response to issues social, health, national health insurance) is made by creating a formal and informal network around and with the person, which may arise spontaneously or at the instigation of the operators.

  • The most effective and efficient response to issues social, health, national health insurance) is made by creating a formal and informal network around and with the person, which may arise spontaneously or at the instigation of the operators.

  • Dowels organized and collected, each one with its own role and functions.



In order to better respond to the needs of people, it is necessary that operators should be equipped with more educational than assistance skills, for an act done in social and emotional intelligence: to be a cut above to understand and to be understood in relation to others, which allows to connect knowledges – emotions – actions in the circuit of the helping process.

  • In order to better respond to the needs of people, it is necessary that operators should be equipped with more educational than assistance skills, for an act done in social and emotional intelligence: to be a cut above to understand and to be understood in relation to others, which allows to connect knowledges – emotions – actions in the circuit of the helping process.



  • The CSR represents a measure to combat poverty, in fact even for tenants holders of a minimum pension it is possible to lead a dignified life.





The difference between the costs incurred and the incomes earned by partnerships of residents, for the year 2012 is of 172.641 euro, which if divided for the number of residents in the same year, leads to get a result of 2.466 euro nearly, for each resident.

  • The difference between the costs incurred and the incomes earned by partnerships of residents, for the year 2012 is of 172.641 euro, which if divided for the number of residents in the same year, leads to get a result of 2.466 euro nearly, for each resident.



The assistance personalized projects, aim at making sure that people do not lose the “habit” to self-manage every aspect of daily life.

  • The assistance personalized projects, aim at making sure that people do not lose the “habit” to self-manage every aspect of daily life.

  • Autonomy is also the result of a relationship: that between the people and their living environment.

  • Fragility.



Annualy, in closed collaboration with the associations of the Council of Voluntary, there are been drafted two calendars, one for winter and one for the summer.

  • Annualy, in closed collaboration with the associations of the Council of Voluntary, there are been drafted two calendars, one for winter and one for the summer.



The experience of the Social Centre highlights the possibility of different solutions, less costly and socially more acceptable to older people, bringing attention on the results derived from a concrete and solid experience. The Centre demonstrates the valuable role that structures focused on maintaining autonomy at home, can play, recording a decisive and positive impact on quality of life.

  • The experience of the Social Centre highlights the possibility of different solutions, less costly and socially more acceptable to older people, bringing attention on the results derived from a concrete and solid experience. The Centre demonstrates the valuable role that structures focused on maintaining autonomy at home, can play, recording a decisive and positive impact on quality of life.




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