24-hour service housing
- 10 municipalities
- Public service
24-hour service housing is a service for clients who require round-the-clock support for their everyday life activities.
The clients conclude their own lease agreements for their dwelling or room. In addition to care and guidance, 24-hour service housing also includes activities that maintain and promote the resident’s functional ability, outdoor activities and exercise, meal and laundry servi ...
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24-hour service housing is intended for clients who need the help of another person on a continuous basis, at different times of the day or otherwise to a demanding extent to manage their daily activities due to their disability or illness.
The clients need plenty of support at different times of the day due to a brain injury, an intellectual disability, an autism spectrum syndrome, a physical disability or a neurological illness. They have a decreased cognitive, physical, mental or social functional ability. The clients may have varying degrees of hearing, visual or physical impairment, other illnesses (e.g. epilepsy) or challenging behaviour. They need plenty of help in their daily activities as well as support for leading a life on their terms. The clients usually use mobility or communication aids.
The clients are primarily aged 18 or older.