Ione Belarra proposes to reduce the ratio to one worker for every two residents and establish coexistence centers for a maximum of 15 people.
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ministry of social rights Planned to approve this Tuesday in the meeting of Regional Council of Social Services and System for Autonomy and Dependency CareA new model of housing for the elderly. But a lack of agreement with communities has forced the centers to postpone accreditation and approval of agreements for quality and dependency care services.
The meeting was chaired by the Minister of Social Rights, Ioan Bellara, and also attended by the Secretary of State for Social Rights, Nacho Alvarez. In the meeting, according to regional sources, several regions have shown their disapproval, contrasting position or doubts about the proposal. Community headed by PP (Galicia, Madrid, Castile and León You Andaluca, Catalonia, Basque Country, Castile-La Mancha hey estramaduraAs reported by these sources, there has been disagreement.
This situation prevailed, and despite the fact that the Ministry had warned that the document had been agreed upon social interaction tableIt has been decided to postpone the voting on the Agreement on Accreditation and Quality of Services, Centers for Autonomy and Dependency Care System, with social institutions, scientific and professional societies. The postponement is intended to “close the last detail”, they explain to the Ministry of Social Rights, which says the vote has not taken place in the end.
The department, headed by Bellara, is expected to reach an agreement next month in which the ratio in residential centers is reduced to one worker for every two residents, increasing the number of individual rooms in public residences and coexistence to a maximum of 15. groups are established. people.
Some communities had already expressed their dissent in the preamble of the meeting. The president of Castilla-La Macha, Emiliano García-Page, spoke out against the model, noting that it lacked adequate funding. “It’s good to think about evolving into public services”, commented García-Page, who at the same time indicated that “we are no longer naive, here is the end of naivety”. Similarly, he has demanded that “what is thought of in the future be financed first” because otherwise, “it is the story of the milkman.”
social policy minister Galicia, Fabiola Garciahas assured that the housing offered by the central government is considered “infeasible”, budget constraints and “making care more expensive and difficult” for the elderly. Their analysis is that the state’s proposal would mean a “significant loss of places” and jobs in care, when the opposite is currently needed. Furthermore, it is a “discriminatory model” with centers located in rural areas in relation to urban areas, he argued.
Employers in the Care and Dependency Sector East, Assed, Closed You irrigated They have signed a joint text in which they describe as “unacceptable” the proposed model agreement for recognition and quality of services and centers of the System for Autonomy and Dependency Care (SAAD) promoted by the government.
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