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To us, nursing care does not mean simply doing a job in a jiffy. binschonda frequently extends its range of nursing services with supplementary services to help its clients manage their everyday life and continue participating in social activities.
Supplementary care services
Supplementary care services under Section 45b, SGB XI are intended primarily for persons whose competence in coping with everyday tasks is impaired owing to dementia-related or physical ailments, mental impairments or psychological diseases. This means that they are unable independently and actively to perform activities of everyday life – getting up, eating, getting dressed and that for this reason their help and care requirements are particularly high.
binschonda provides care services to clients living in their own homes, but also in alternative residential forms, hotels old-age and nursing homes.
binschonda provides these services also for clients in stationary facilities run by other operators.
The wide variety of services include:
As of 01.01.2015, Section 45b, of SGB XI was extended again to cover not only care services, but also housekeeping work.
The new services provided under the new Section 45b, SGB XI include:
- going for walks
- music-making, handicrafts, reading to the residents, parlour games, memory training
- promoting everyday activities such as singing, handicrafts, cooking, baking, accompanying residents on excursions in Berlin and its environs
- housekeeping chores such as shopping, ironing, tending pets
- providing support in planning the day’s structure
- supervising activities to prevent falls, washing in sitting position
- reading books and newspapers
- conversation and care to preserve mental stability
- encouraging and supporting social contacts
supplementary services under SGB XII
In addition, under SGB XII, lawmakers have made provisions for supplementary services that are not covered by the nursing care insurance scheme. They, too are designed to support and supervise clients in managing their daily life and activities independently. By following a regular sequence of occupation, rest, regular meals and maintaining the day/night rhythm, the objective is to meet the special needs of people suffering from dementia or mental ailments. But this range of services is also designed for people who, due to external hazards and self-endangerment or who show signs of a tendency to wander off, cannot remain without supervision over longer periods.
The focus of this type of care provided for under SGB (social security statute book) XII is on promoting communication and maintaining social contacts. It is designed to prevent social isolation of those concerned. These are supplementary services that go beyond nursing care-related communication:
- Encouraging and supporting social contacts, e.g., by promoting meetings with family members or group activities
- Promoting conversation and communication designed to activate.