Total Homecare

This care model generally involves complex social and assistance aid that may not necessarily need to be provided on a very high level.
However, because of the myriad of needs involved in managing home care and the serious condition of disability, it requires services which address in their  entirety all of the secondary conditions of the main illness.

An example of this is the package of services designed for patients diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) which, whilst fulfilling the need for low intensity assistance but extremely specialised care, can require (for example) focused psychological support, mechanical ventilation devices (NIMV-IMV), Enteral Artificial Nutrition equipment, anti-decubitus systems and accessories ranging from the most simple (a wheelchair) to the most complex systems (ocular control alternative communication systems).