The Home relies on a private, diversified and highly qualified technical team, incorporating doctors, nurses, a social worker, a psychologist, physiotherapists, a nutritionist, an occupational therapist and an entertainer, to assure the provision of social and health care, according to the profile of the users, in order to make possible a quick return to the family environment, when health conditions so allow.
A religious service is provided in the ecumenical room.
The team will at all times be evaluated for friendliness, affection, availability and performance skills, in the light of the ULDM's mission and objectives. The evaluation consists of both internal and external audits, through the ECL and ECR of the Algarve's ARS, to assure the quality of the services provided.
This is assured on a daily basis, and whenever necessary, for all bedrooms, common and service spaces.
The Institution has celebrated a hospital hazardous waste management contract for classes III and IV with the Hospital Common Use Facilities. The quality and accuracy of the maintenance team assure an adequate performance of the equipment and systems.
The above mentioned multidisciplinary technical team will assure the health and well-being of the ULDM users.
General medical assistance is assured through routine medical visits, under the supervision of the Clinical Director, who will refer the users to auxiliary diagnostic tests or to specialists, when required.
The ULDM has a permanent nursing service. The commitment of the psychologist, the social worker and the occupational therapist contributes to the comfort of the users and complement the health care provided.
The quality of the food provided is specified and controlled by the nutritionist, who diversifies it, according to the characteristics and health status of each user.
We serve five daily meals, to which supplements required by the users may be added, under the supervision of the Clinical Director.
We want users to enjoy a comfortable life at the ULDM, through harmonious integration in the broader group of users. The LILDM has a psychologist, an occupational therapist and an entertainer, who plan and implement each user's daily activities, according to their health status and health care individual plan.