Social Services’ task is to provide service, help and support to people who need help because of some kind of disability or social or financial problems.
Social Services’ task is to provide service, help and support to people who need help because of some kind of disability or social or financial problems. The support provided by the social services is to be designed so as to take the individual’s own resources, prerequisites and needs into consideration.
People with an acute need after office hours can call Värmdö’s social emergency service: Daytime: 08-570 470 00 (switchboard). Evenings and weekends: 08-570 307 20.
Helps and supports women who have been subjected to physical or mental abuse. Phone: 08-601 95 72, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Daytime: 08-570 485 66. Evenings and weekends: 08-570 307 20
Elderly care is responsible for various kinds of care, social care and service for people over the age of 65. The aim is to offer health and social care around the clock so that elderly people can remain in their own homes even if they are ill or have some form of disability. Sheltered housing is also offered for people whose needs as regards health and social care are so great that they cannot remain at home.
Children who come to Sweden without a parent or guardian need a trustee to represent them. It is the Chief Guardian Committee’s task to appoint a trustee. The trustee/administrator’s task is to ensure that the child’s rights are respected. This might for example be a matter of representing the child in contact with authorities or when making applications or appeals.