Home services


Internursing private assistance supplements or completes basic services; it therefore takes care of all requirements which go beyond primary ones.
This mainly involves services of a home-help nature, such as cleaning the house, shopping, preparing meals, surveillance, accompaniment, etc. These services, designed to lighten the burden of and support families, are freely modular and can be combined with spitex services: for example, day assistance with healthcare operators and night service with qualified nurses, or spitex services with the constant presence of a care worker. Clients have guaranteed continuity, even in the case of any impediment of the person who normally does the job; families have the guarantee of constant monitoring of the type and quality of the provided services, with prompt change in assistance procedures in the event of changes in the client's requirements.
Internursing does its best to establish a personal relationship of reciprocal consideration and trust between home help and client, keeping change of staff down to a minimum; in particular, in the case of long-term assistance, a fixed assistance team is created, to ensure expertise and continuity.
Internursing is also able to provide advice on where to obtain auxiliary means (electric beds, bath lifts, wheelchairs, stairlifts, etc.). These means help improve the quality of assistance and make the sick person more independent, and their cost is normally borne by sickness insurance and social insurance.