Sister Basilia Center Guided Living
Home Care Guidance
Home Guidance Care is developed to support families and caretakers of clients of the day activity center to stimulate the clients to their full potential and improve their quality of life at home. Home Care Guidance is also available for clients on the waiting list.
The method focuses on decreasing or resolving social, psychological, pedagogic, and practical problems in the home situation of the client as a consequence of an intellectual disability.
It concerns the daily, practical problems and questions that may arise within families and cannot be resolved with verbal advice or tips of (paramedical) staff involved.
How does it work?
When care starts, the following phases can be distinguished.
Start phase - Introduction, observation, strength and weakness analysis & set up a plan
Change phase - Working on goals: Plan -> Do -> Check -> Act
Round off phase - Setting up a support & prevention plan
The social worker coordinates the intake process. To be eligible, the following must apply:
Need for support in-home situation
Motivation / open for support in the home situation
The ambulant worker forms a team with the family/caretakers to provide the best possible guidance.
The support team for the ambulant workers consist of:
Department Manager SBC
The team regularly meets to help with and support the ambulant worker with guidance on the possibilities.
Social Worker - SBC
Tel: +1 721 548 3172
Address: St. John's Road #6
Cul-de-sac, Sint Maarten