DISABLED PEOPLE SECTOR:
TYPES AND FEATURES
TYPES AND FEATURES OF SERVICES OFFERED
Coopselios Disabled People sector makes individuals central to the care giving and treatment process, respecting their capabilities and individual limitations, both in care giving facilities and in the different environments where individuals live. The main goal of Coopselios Disabled People sector is to maintain and enhance the individual’s self-sufficiency.
Coopselios Social Rehabilitation Day Care Centres host disabled adults with motor, cognitive and sensory deficits. Here recreational activities are organised to help these individuals be involved and participate in social life.
At Coopselios Social Rehabilitation Day Care Centres customised educational and care giving projects are developed to offer individuals, and groups of individuals, the best level of psycho-physical welfare, preserving and enhancing personal and social self-sufficiency.
Coopselios Social Rehabilitation Centres offer social, healthcare and educational approaches addressed to adult citizens with a physical, sensory and/or behavioural handicap.
At Coopselios Social Rehabilitation Centres recreational activities are organised to help individuals be involved and participate in social life, notably that of the local community.
Interventions are geared at preserving and/or strengthening the individual’s self-sufficiency and enhancing his/her cognitive and relational capabilities.
Coopselios Healthcare Residences for Disabled People have been conceived for disabled adults affected by a congenital and/or an acquired psycho-physical and sensory disability, either temporary or permanent, in situations where the disability is so serious that the individual cannot be given care at home.
Coopselios care homes offer hospitality – sometimes temporarily – to disabled people who receive assistance from operators and volunteers.
Coopselios social and work day care centres help individuals acquire and/or safeguard their technical and manual capabilities through suitable “work activities”.
At Coopselios open homes projects are implemented to enhance the autonomy of people with disabilities through daily life experiences with the support of volunteers and educators.
Centro Socio Riabilitativo Diuno Il Faro Rosso – Piacenza
Strada Val Nure, 11 – 29121 Piacenza
Centro Socio Riabilitativo Diuno La Girandola – Piacenza
Strada Val Nure, 11 – 29121 Piacenza
Centro Socio Riabilitativo Diurno Sartoretti – Reggiolo (RE)
Via Ferretti, 107 – 42042 Fabbrico (RE)
Centro Socio Riabilitativo Emma Serena – Loc. San Nicolò, Rottofreno (PC)
Via Lampugnana – San Nicolò – Rottofreno (PC)
Centro Socio Riabilitativo Residenziale San Rocco – Fiorenzuola d’Arda (PC)
Via Maria Montessori, 8, Fiorenzuola d'Arda, PC, Italia
Residenza Sanitaria per Disabili Scuola Pagani – La Spezia
Via Giacomo Puccini, 3/b, La Spezia, 19122 SP, Italia
Centro Socio Riabilitativo Diurno “Rosa dei Venti” – Castelnovo ne’ Monti (RE)
Viale Bismantova, 18/1, Castelnovo ne' Monti, RE, Italia
Centro Socio Riabilitativo Diurno Arcobaleno – Casina (RE)
Via A. Simonini, 11, Casina, RE, Italia
Centro Socio Riabilitativo Diurno “Casa delle Bolle” – Roveleto di Cadeo (PC)
Via Dante Alighieri, Roveleto, PC, Italia
Centro Socio Riabilitativo Diurno “San Bernardino” – Fiorenzuola d’Arda (PC)
Fiorenzuola d'Arda, PC, Italia
Residenza Sanitaria Assistenziale per Disabili “Il Gabbiano” – Porto Viro (RO)
Via Contarini, 64, Porto Viro, 45014 RO, Italia
Centro Socio Riabilitativo Diurno “Mastro Balocco” – Carpaneto Piacentino (PC)
Via Rossi, 20 – 29013 Carpaneto Piacentino (PC)
C.S.R.R. Arcobaleno – Correggio (RE)
Via Saltini, 54, 42015 Correggio, RE, Italia
C.S.R.D. Erica – Cavola di Toano (RE)
Via Roma, 46 – 42010 Cavola di Toano (RE)
Casa Aperta il Carpanedo – La Spezia (SP)
Via del Canale 3/c – 19136 Loc. Limone, La Spezia (SP)