The care model is developed from the perspective of comprehensive, continued and coordinated attention. This focus of attention combines two substantial characteristics:
Highlights of the characteristics of this model:
These characteristics are implemented step by step in the everyday care and attention provided: in reception, in protection of privacy, in organisational or procedural flexibility and in the spaces and equipment, bearing in mind at all times the intrinsic dignity of any human being, respect for their uniqueness, the personalisation of care, and the safety and respect and promotion of their autonomy.
To achieve this, we try to incorporate in the practice an attitude of concern for the individual, sensitivity to their vulnerability and understanding of their suffering, and a work method is promoted that comprehends the person in their surroundings, is clear in terms of the ends pursued and prioritises the objectives that are necessary to attain them.
A continued, progressive, rehabilitating model of care that limits incapacity, and one that is coherent with our values and close to our mode of practice, recognises that it is only through collaborative, interdisciplinary practice that an integral care response can be provided. For this reason, as well as contemplating the mission inherent in each discipline, it takes into account he collaborative role of all the health professionals.