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Beneficiaries are the people who receive direct help from us. Because the needs of the people who contact us are variable we have two types of beneficiaries. We have long term beneficiaries who have had a socio-medical evaluation have a contract, an intervention plan and a weekly plan of visit. Besides the long term beneficiaries we have the ones who need only one or two services for a limited period of time, for example a person who needs injections for 10 days. These people don’t need regular help during the years they don’t have a contract but they do have an occasional intervention plan.


When we create our monthly report we differentiate the two types of beneficiaries by putting them in two categories:


registered beneficiaries - the ones with long term care giving contracts, a social evaluation, an intervention plan and a weekly planning of services. They receive our care for more than one year or until their death


occasional beneficiaries - the ones who need just one or two services for a short period of time. They don’t have a care giving contract but they have a short term intervention plan. 


In 2013 we had a total of 1011 direct beneficiaries from which 502 were registered ones and 509 occasional ones.