Employees of the Office of the Human Rights Ombudsman in the DPR carried out an inspection of the conditions of stay, social services and medical assistance to citizens who are in the psycho-neurological boarding house in Makeyevka.
This institution is intended for permanent residence of disabled people of groups I and II, suffering from mental, chronic diseases, who need outside care and medical care. On the territory of the boarding house there is a three-storey residential building, a locksmith’s workshop, a vegetable store, garages and various outbuildings.
There is also an assembly hall where festive and solemn events are held, including birthdays of citizens and discos. There is also a relaxation room where guests can relax, play various games and read books.
According to the results of the inspection, the positive work of the entire staff of the Boarding House was noted. The administration of the institution regularly provides assistance in resolving issues of providing the wards with the necessary documents in case of their loss or damage.
At the same time, human rights workers noted the need to repair elevators. In turn, the administration sent letters on this issue to the relevant state bodies, but the issue has not been resolved yet. The Ombudsman, for her part, has already drawn the attention of the competent authorities to the need to resolve this situation as soon as possible.
Representatives of the Ombudsman express their gratitude to the Director of the boarding house and the entire staff for the conscientious performance of their duties.