Helping the elderly

Our volunteers and sisters of charity look after lonely elderly people at their homes and in hospitals. One of our projects is an almshouse for the old and seriously ill, with 18 regular in-patients.
  • Sisters of charity coupled with volunteers take good care of bedridden patients in grave health conditions in six divisions of the First City Hospital: two Neurological Departments, a Neurosurgery, a Medical Ward, and two Casualty ones.
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  • Our voluntary service has united those who regularly help the elderly, at their homes and in hospitals, the disabled, multi-children families, orphans in boarding schools, asylums and orphanages, and homeless. Apart from regular free-of-charge work, the volunteers talk to those under their care (as theres always lack of verbal contact) and save those who might otherwise freeze in the streets of Moscow in Russian winters.
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  • St Spiridons Almshouse is a place where old and seriously ill people are provided with professional care and good quality of life. Our highly-qualified sisters of charity feed those under their care, regularly give them their medication, and are also responsible for hygienic care of them. On top of that, they talk to the lonely and in need, which is of utmost importance as it helps them feel safe and protected.
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