Human health and social work activities
The Health and wellness care sector is an extensive and diverse field focused on promoting, maintaining, and restoring the health and well-being of individuals and communities. This industry encompasses a wide range of services and professionals, such as doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, psychologists, social workers, and nutritionists. They work together to provide preventive, curative, and palliative care in various settings, including hospitals, clinics, home care, and health centers.
Human health activities
Healthcare is a broad industry that focuses on promoting health, preventing and treating diseases, and providing medical care to individuals and communities. It encompasses various sectors including medical services, pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology, medical equipment, insurance, and government agencies. It is a complex and highly regulated industry that is constantly evolving due to technological advances, changes in demographics, and healthcare policies.
Residential care and guidance
The Nursing, Care and Guidance with Overnight Stay sector encompasses institutions that provide 24-hour care to people who can no longer live independently. This care can range from intensive medical care to assistance with daily tasks and social support. Examples of institutions include nursing homes, care homes, rehabilitation centers, and psychiatric institutions. The staff in these institutions consists of healthcare professionals such as nurses, caregivers, psychologists, and social workers.
Social work activities without accommodation
Social services without overnight stay encompass a wide range of services aimed at providing support and assistance to individuals and groups in vulnerable situations. These services include social work, home care, family guidance, youth care, addiction care, debt relief and assistance with domestic violence. The goal of this service is to help people improve their situation, increase their self-reliance and continue to participate in society.