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Through its social enterprises in Sicily, the Sisifo Consortium provides social and healthcare services for individuals (the elderly and the disabled, minors, individuals and families with social difficulties, etc.), through both home and residential/semi-residential care (in care homes, sheltered accommodation, community accommodation for the disabled, patients discharged from psychiatric hospitals, etc.).


Specifically, the Consortium Sisifo provides healthcare services to patients both in their own homes – through the Integrated Home Care Service - and within Nursing Homes, Sheltered Accommodation and Rehabilitation Facilities, in order to guarantee a better quality of life both at home and in residential facilities.
Integrated Home Care is a form of assistance that aims to meet the needs almost exclusively of the elderly, the disabled and patients suffering from chronic, degenerative conditions, who require on-going health and social care (rehabilitation activities, nursing assistance, speech therapy, etc…).

The aim of Integrated Home Care is to provide a variety of quality healthcare services on behalf of the Italian National Health Service, allowing patients to remain in their own home environment for as long as possible, thus also contributing significantly to cutting the cost of keeping those patients in hospital.  

The Sisifo Consortium, in compliance with its statutory principles, on which the international cooperative movement is based, also provides the service set out in Law 381/91. These include:
 

Assisted living facilities for minors;
    

  • Youth centres;
   
  • Organised group activities;
     
  • Drug addiction treatment communities;
  
  • Assisted living facilities for people with physical and mental handicap;
   
  • Day centres and welcome centres for people with physical and mental handicap;
  
  • Home assistance services;
  
  • Management of sheltered accommodation for the elderly, the disabled and minors;
    
  • Management of nursing homes;
   
  • Helping disadvantaged individuals into work;
  
  • Rehabilitation activities for socially disadvantaged individuals in semi-residential and residential communities;
    
  • Telecare activities;
    
  • Crèche services;