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In recent years, we have continued to pay attention to the elderly groups such as the impoverished in rural areas, living alone, empty nests, and left-behind. We are working hard to transform and upgrade rural homes for the elderly, build rural care centers, and pay attention to the elderly's life in rural homes.
In response to the large number of left-behind elderly people in rural areas, inadequate provision of basic old-age care facilities, and inadequate construction of old-age care systems, the province's civil affairs department has actively guided the provision of old-age care resources to rural areas and supplemented the short-term rural care services. At present, the province has a total of 1,034 impoverished support institutions with a total bed number of 175,000, of which 88,000 are nursing-type beds; the number of institutions providing elderly care services to the elderly has reached 888, and 695 institutions basically have regional pension service centers Function: 909 institutions have completed the registration of legal persons in public institutions, and 112 have completed the registration of civil and unincorporated persons, with a legal person registration rate of 98.7%. Focusing on meeting the service needs of disabled and demented persons in rural areas, each county (city) has built a centralized care institution for the impoverished and disabled. Establish a care service system for left-behind elderly in rural areas, deepen community care services, and purchase services from governments in various places. The township (street) civil affairs office, a community worker, a close relative or volunteer will sign a care service with a rural left-behind elderly. Agreement to ensure that the basic rights and interests of rural left-behind elderly are not infringed.
In the next step, we will continue to increase the supply of elderly care services in rural areas, and establish a multi-level rural care service supply system with broad coverage, basic security, and services to meet the needs of the elderly in rural areas, especially those with financial difficulties. Start the implementation of the upgrading and upgrading project for the special needy support institutions, focus on the transformation and upgrading of care-type beds, promote the integration and development of special needy supporting institutions with rural homes and community aged care services, and effectively play their backbone role in rural aged care services.