During the press conference, Maląg informed about launching the website ‘Support the senior’ on which everyone can report their data. Subsequently, data will be conveyed to the concrete social care centre. According to the Minister of Family and Social Policy, many organizations offer their help to ‘pass an exam of intergenerational solidarity’.
‘Dearly loved senior citizens, stay at home, you will not stay alone. Through solidarity activity of ‘Senior citizens’ Support Corps’, through our joint activity, commitments and gratitude, you will not stay alone. We care about you, your sense of security and health, because it is crucial for every human being’ – announced the Minister.
‘We ran helpline through which the elderly may report their needs’ – she added.
Maląg also informed that through the helpline, the elderly would link up with an advisor who will collect information and data. Subsequently, data will be conveyed to the concrete social care centre.
‘A particular person from the social care centre or volunteer will come to your house with shopping or whatever you need’ – assured.
The Minister of Family and Social Policy also informed that for the program for seniors, the government secure 100 million PLN so far. If necessary, this amount will increase.
Author: Monika Tobiszowska
Source: Poland Daily/gov.pl