The nursing and home economic services provided by the IB under the care insurance laws cover nursing homes with respite care, day care or mobile aid.
Mobile aid: Our nursing and home economic professionals provide non-residential care services to elderly people in need of care within their homes.
Nursing homes: In the IB nursing homes residents are taken care of in residential areas. The new residential homes offer nursing and care according to the house community model which is ideal for old people suffering from dementia and is modelled on family life.
Assisted living has the aim of enabling elderly people, whether in need of support or care, to stay in their own housing as long as possible and receive help or support through the IB. If they wish, senior citizens are accompanied through daily life by the IB’s qualified personnel in order to achieve a high degree of independence, live securely in their homes and participate in society.
Our mobile services encompass the following product range: personal care and service at home, shopping, repair and home economic services, driving and accompanying service, meals on wheels, and procurement of care equipment, connection and standby of house emergency call systems, access to cultural, educational and leisure and activities. The multi-generational facility is another form of assisted living in which offers of care or child care between generations substitute the decline of the classic extended family.