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Krankenhausfonds Löffingen

Krankenhausfonds Löffingen

Rathausplatz 1, 79843, Löffingen, Germany - +49 7654 808590

description of organisation

The St. Martin care home for old people is in the city of Löffingen. All health- and nursing care insurance companies and social benefit service providers accept St. Martin as an institution for old-age care. It has care supply contracts for all important areas of service. The supporter of this institution is the hospital charity foundation in Löffingen. This is a legally independent public charity; it is not for profit. The charity’s council is the local council of Löffingen city. The leader of the charity’s council is the mayor of Löffingen city. The management of the old-age home is in the Löffingen city hall.The St. Martin old-age care home (seniors) has over 50 rooms. Some are for individuals, some are for two people. St. Martin offers the rooms for in-patient support and care (person lives at the home full-time). However, short-term care is also possible.The care and support of residents in the old-age home St. Martin is organized by an all-inclusive (mind and body) concept. The newest knowledge is used in the areas of nursing care, medicine, and social aspects.The residential area at the old-age home gives a lot of space for individual needs. It is normal to have open doors and a personable life together at St. Martin. The living areas are also not locked!An active daily organization for the residents is very important to the concept.The nursing specialists work together with social care workers to help the residents. This makes all-inclusive care possible.The social care workers offer activities for individuals and groups. These activities are designed for the wishes and needs of the residents.Life habits from before St. Martin are included in the daily life at the old-age home. These can include cooking, baking and shopping. So, residents can continue their beloved daily habits while living at St. Martin.The activities together with the Löffingen Kindergarten (school for young children) make a lively experience in the home. The daily shared meals also build a more personable feeling.Clubs and groups from the community organize seasonal parties; for example, Christmas, Easter, etc.The visiting service of volunteer workers is an asset for the old-age care home St. Martin. This is a good example of the home’s openness.

inclusion topics

This organisation is willing to involve volunteers who face situations which make their participation in activities more difficult, from the following categories for different types of project:

Inclusion categoryReceiving projectsSending projectsCoordinating projectsHosting organisationSupporting organisation
Cultural differences
Geographical obstacles
Economic obstacles

Volunteering project

Project name Project Dates Deadline Status
Steinbeis ESC 19.02
A total of 44 week(s) during the period
Sep 2019 to Sep 2020
01/09/2019 - 01/09/2020
31/12/2037 open

This organisation is accredited to run projects under Erasmus+ Volunteering and the European Solidarity Corps.

Scope Volunteering

Role Expiry date
PIC: 924796449 OID: E10053997
Last updated on 08/02/19

Organisation topics

Labour market issues incl. career guidance / youth unemployment

EU Citizenship, EU awareness and Democracy

Intercultural/intergenerational education and (lifelong)learning