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Senior citizens

Three residences provide a home with professional and tender care for seniors. The needs of the residents are taken into consideration sensi­tively – e.g. preferences concerning food and time management. Also pets can be brought along. Living rooms can be designed personally. Joint activities often take place with an intergenerational approach: with kindergarten children, school groups and within the framework of learning projects and internships. These include cooking together, singing, memory training, concerts, slide shows, birthday parties, seasonal cele­brations and theme excursions. 

The ÖJAB seniors residences were founded back in the eighties, when senior citizens who had spent their youth in an ÖJAB dormitory expressed the wish to return to live in a residence run by ÖJAB.

ÖJAB home care offers care and support service for people who are not living in a seniors residence.

Inpatient and mobile care aims to encourage and reinforce existing abilities and inter­ests. The particular biography is integrated in the care. The ÖJAB nursing homes are open for everybody regardless of their financial situation.

ÖJAB also trains people for the nursing profession: courses for nursing assistance are held in the ÖJAB nursing school in Vienna.

Senior talking with nurse