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STS ASISTENCIAL
About us

At STS Asistencial we are experts in the management of residential and social health centers. Our goal? That people feel at home We have adequate facilities and human teams involved in the health care promoting our residents welfare.

We respect user's rights and dignity trying to satisfy their personal desires and preferences, working all areas: health but also emotional, affective, social and relational.

The programs that we carry out in the centers are aimed at achieving excellence in personal healing. In addition, we develop specific and specialized strategies to handling dementia and end-of-life processes and specific needs of sex-affectivity. We focus our attention on good healthcare framework practices, under parameters regarding our ethical charter. We have socio-sanitary places that aim to cure, physical rehabilitation, the convalescence from diseases and the approach of clinical or functional complexity situations.

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Human team

Relying on STS Asistencial is trusting a team that maintains proximity to both the resident and their family, with tools that improve communication between the parties.

STS Asistencial is formed by a team of more than 500 workers from medical personnel, nurses, assistants, social workers, occupational therapists, physiotherapists and social educators, as well as all the maintenance, cleaning, reception and cooking personnel, among other specialties. All they aimed to ensure the proper functioning of the organization.

MORE THAN 500 WORKERS

QUALIFIED STAFF

8 OWN CENTERS

Services

In STS you can find four types of centers: assisted residences, social and health centers, day centers and hospitals, and residences for people with physical disabilities.

Day centers and hospitals

Daytime or sanitary resource that helps families of dependents to take a break in the cures during specific hours of the day

Assisted residences

A resource that replaces the family home for a lifetime stay.  

Socio-health centers

Hospital admission facility for users with special needs: rehabilitation, reeducation, stimulation or stabilization of the user for a future return home.

Residences for physical disabilities people

Day center for people affected by a percentage of disability equal to or greater than 65%.

F.A.Q

  • Can the family participate in center’s life?
    Of course. We strongly recommend and encourage families to participate in the life of the center, not only from personal accompaniment or participation in activities and parties, but we also encourage active participation through different forums, assemblies, meetings or other participation tools
  • Is there a price difference for a residential public place depending on the center?
    What is the difference between a socio-health center and a residence? The aims of the socio-health center are rehabilitation, reeducation, stimulation and stabilization of the process. Once they are achieved, the patient go home or to another center, either social or health. Residences are the family home permanent substitute for over 65 people with some assistances needs and/ or who prefer to live in a protected and safe residential environment.
  • How can access a residential public place?
    Access is guaranteed by our system of social protection. You have to do some preliminary procedures: to obtain degree of dependence of the person (Grade II minimum) recognition and sign up to the waiting list of the center desired. In this link you will find information about dependency recognition: http://treballiaferssocials.gencat.cat/ca/ambits_tematics/persones_amb_dependencia/que_es_i_com_es_reconeix_la_situacio_de_dependencia/. The social primary care worker will help and assist you with the procedures.
  • I already have a degree of dependency resolution, and I am admitted to a public social health place. Can I stay?
    The socio-sanitary places are always temporary, the definitive resource is the assisted residence.The social worker will guide you on the different possibilities, including, if you wish, to keep staying at the center with a private place.
  • How can I access to a place into a private residence?
    The choice to live in a residence is personal, since there is no other requirement or prior processing. Access to a private residence is open to any person or family who want it. The centers determine their rates so the prices can always vary depending on the services offered by the establishment.
  • How can I choose a residence?
    The residential center is freely chosen by the person based on their criteria: which center it liked the most, either by proximity, by references, by services or by the perception that it has after visiting it.
  • How to get a place in the socio-health centers public care?
    Access to socio-health public places depends on health professionals assessment that indicate whether the person has sufficient access criteria, their prescription and the relevant type of place by the cares the person needs. Therefore, it is not freely chosen by the person or their family.
  • And If I can not find a place in the residence I wanted as my first choice?
    Sometimes we can not get in the first instance to the residence we wanted. However, to guarantee the right to do so, a person can be listed, if desired, on the waiting list of up to 3 residences. Once you have acceded into a residence of your second choice, if the place you wanted arises, you can make the transfer without any problem.
  • What is the difference between day hospital and day center?
    The day hospital has therapeutic objectives that when they are achieved the medical discharge report is valued. In contrast, a day center is for people over 65 with welfare and so social problems.
  • What is the difference between a socio-health center and a residence?
    The aims of the socio-health center are rehabilitation, reeducation, stimulation and stabilization of the process. Once they are achieved, the patient goes home or to another center, either social or health. Residences are the family home permanent substitute for over 65 people with some assistances needs and/or who prefer to live in a protected and safe residential environment.