Living conditions in Torez psycho-neurological boarding house receive positive assessment

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Staff of the Human Rights Ombudsman Office in the Donetsk People’s Republic visited Torez psycho-neurological boarding house, where they conducted an inspection of living conditions, social services and the provision of medical care to people with disabilities who need nursing care. Currently, 149 women over the age of 18 live in the institution.

On the first floor, there are living rooms, a canteen, bathrooms, a medical unit, a pharmacy, a physical therapy room, a room for relatives’ visits, a hairdresser’s and administrative rooms. On the second floor, there is a section for shut-in patients, an assembly hall, a sewing room and storage areas. There is a laundry in a separate building.

Medical personnel look after patients 24 hours. They provide psychiatric care and counselling. Also, medical treatment and preventive measures are carried out, including individual and group classes in aromatherapy, sand therapy and other activities.

Special attention is devoted to organising leisure time. The patients do cross-stitch and bead embroidery, make flowers from corrugated paper, do jigsaw puzzles. In the assembly hall, festive events are held.

As a result of the inspection, education and living environment for children in the Torez psycho-neurological boarding house received a positive assessment from the staff of DPR Ombudsman Office.

DPR Ombudsman Daria Morozova expressed gratitude to the administration and staff of the facility for faithful implementation of their duties.