UOS Day Centres

The UOS Day Centres is a simple structure within the UOC Residentiality and Semi-Residentiality. The structure consists of four Day Centres, three belonging to District B and one belonging to District C. The same are reported below in a more precise and detailed manner.

Affirmative Day Centres

Open Horizons Day Centre

The Open Horizon Day Centre is a semi-residential structure, located in the territorial context of District B, with therapeutic-rehabilitative functions. The DSM is part of a network of constituent services, its traversability and its integration with all other services also guarantee the unity of interventions and therapeutic continuity.

Since the Day Centre is one of the main responses to the needs of taking care of the patient, both for the diversification of the services that can be provided and for the articulation that can develop with the natural context of the patient’s life, its mission is to achieve the main health objectives such as:

  • the promotion of mental health throughout the life cycle;
  • the reduction of disabling consequences through the reconstruction of an affective, relational and social fabric;
  • the activation of individual and contextual resources to safeguard the mental health and quality of life of the user’s family unit and of all families with serious relationship problems.

Recipients

The recipients of the Open Horizons Day Centre are adult patients whose psychopathological conditions refer to highly differentiated mental disorders.

Services / Activities provided

The general objective of rehabilitation activities is to build a sense of belonging, participation and continuity, to develop and enhance one’s own resources, to explore techniques and activities with experiences of success and creative achievement.

For the recovery of basic skills (self-care, home care, money management) there are activities within the Centre such as:

  • workshops for manual/expressive activities (artistic workshop; pastarito kitchen workshop);
  • group psychotherapy with a relational-systemic orientation

For the recovery of daily life skills (use of public transport, services and territorial agencies) the following are organised:

  • individual projects in collaboration with voluntary associations that have been collaborating with the CD of Frosinone for some time, with the identification of intermediate and final objectives;
  • class Canto and Cantiere Orto in collaboration with Associazione Zerotremilacento;
  • computer literacy training in collaboration with Associazione Città Futura;
  • meetings with the Family Association (photo workshop);
  • re-socialising work activities;
  • stays

How to access

The sending phase is preparatory to the reception and must include:

  • presentation of the clinical case on a form completed by the sender. In this phase, there is at least one meeting with the sending team, also for the identification of its contact operator who will accompany the user in the next phase;
  • presentation of the user and the family to the Day Centre team. The contact operator will take care of the organisation of this meeting and will represent the trait d ‘union in this delicate phase of transition.

This phase is followed by three meetings that are agreed with family members and the user.

Reception Time

The Open Horizons Day Centre observes the following reception time:

  • monday 08.00 – 14.00; 14.00 – 16.00;
  • tuesday 08.00 – 16.00;
  • wednesday 08.00 – 14.00;
  • thursday 08.00 – 16.00;
  • friday 08.00 – 14.00;
  • saturday closed

S.S.S.R. Day Centre Beyond the Wall

The Day Centre Beyond the Wall is a semi-residential structure, located in the territorial context of District B, with the following purposes:

  • early intervention for the recovery of the affective, relational and social dimensions of subjects with mental pathology;
  • creation and development of conditions for job placement;
  • establish and maintain a valid social network in the territory with external partners: associations, local authorities, cooperatives, leisure and cultural places, etc.;
  • support families in the care process.

Recipients

The recipients of the Beyond the Wall Day Centre are young people (aged 18-35) with serious, non-chronised psychiatric conditions. Particular attention is paid to those at the onset of the disease.

Services / Activities provided

The activities provided by the Day Centre Beyond the Wall are pre-formative in collaboration with the municipalities of Frosinone – Pofi – Ceprano – Patrica – Alatri – Ripi – Vallecorsa – Villa S. Stefano – Ceccano, regulated by protocols of understanding or conventions approved by the municipalities themselves. (Job grants, resocializing activities and pre-training internships) individual and group rehabilitation projects, internal and external, in collaboration with the Brooms cooperative, Verbene family association, C.A.I.- Nordik Walking, gyms, etc.

How to access

The methods of access to the Day Centre Beyond the Wall are as follows:

  • referral from public psychiatric services (CSM-SPDC);
  • referral from private specialists or general practitioners;
  • direct request from family members or external parties, with subsequent reporting to the CSMs of competence and request to the UVM;
  • approval of the request by the U.V.M.

Reception Time

The Day Centre Beyond the Wall observes the following reception time:

  • monday 08.00 – 14.00;
  • tuesday 08.00 – 14.00;
  • wednesday 08.00 – 14.00;
  • thursday 08.00 – 14.00;
  • friday 08.00 – 14.00;
  • afternoon openings according to the scheduled activities;
  • saturday closed

La Bussola Day Centre

The La Bussola Day Centre is a semi-residential structure, located in the territorial context of District B. The La Bussola Day Centre is a relationship laboratory that welcomes adults with severe mental suffering.

It is a semi-residential structure for which treatment is a job on a daily basis, both at the intrapsychic level (recovery of emotional, cognitive and behavioural skills) and at the interpersonal level (recovery of relational and social skills) in order to improve the quality of life through housing, family, social and work reintegration.

The rehabilitation path is oriented according to an ecological approach, enhancing diversity as a leading element in a relationship of inclusion with the territory and thus causing changes both in the individual and in the context.

Recipients

The recipients of the La Bussola Day Centre are characterised by mental discomfort in adulthood.

Services / Activities provided

Internal activities refer to laboratories conducted and managed by external consultants. The various activities provided are listed below:

  • Taiji for Health: through the movement of the body, a psycho-physical balance is sought;
  • global language: use of visual communication (photography, writing, painting) and performative communication (music, dramatization, poetry);
  • cooking: learning about local dishes;
  • knitting: learning basic skills for simple jobs.

External activities refer to projects external to the La Bussola Day Centre that create and consolidate a network of relations between the Day Centre and local institutional and associative agencies, through:

  • Cineforum: a series of films screened during the calendar year at the headquarters of the District Committee, open to the public with a final debate;
  • Garden: cultivation of a garden with the collaboration of the territory and the social private sector;
  • school project: promotion of mental health in high schools.

How to access

The patient is sent by the CSM with a form. The first month is reserved for a phase of observation and knowledge with meetings with the patient and family and home visit. In the verification of the taking charge there is the definition of the therapeutic-rehabilitative project with the CSM, the patient and the family. Periodic checks of the project and resignation.

  • referral from public psychiatric services (CSM-SPDC);
  • referral from private specialists or general practitioners;
  • direct request from family members or external parties, with subsequent reporting to the CSMs of competence and request to the UVM;
  • approval of the request by the U.V.M.

Reception Time

The Day Centre Beyond the Wall observes the following reception time:

  • monday 08.00 – 17.00;
  • tuesday 08.00 – 17.00;
  • wednesday 08.00 – 17.00;
  • thursday 08.00 – 17.00;
  • friday 08.00 – 16.00;
  • saturday closed

Day Centre of Isola del Liri

The Day Centre of Isola del Liri is a semi-residential structure, located in the territorial context of District C. The purposes of the service of the Day Centre of Isola del Liri are the following:

  • protection of mental health in the territory and prevention of social stigma;
  • rehabilitation activities for patients suffering from mental discomfort;
  • function of catalysing/facilitating the processes of meeting, integration and intra- and extra-group cohesion;
  • interventions to curb disabling events and promote individual resources;
  • interventions for the enhancement of context resources (DSM, local authorities, third sector, volunteering, families).

Recipients

The recipients of the Day Centre of Isola del Liri are adults with psychic discomfort over 18.

Services / Activities provided

The activities that take place involve guests for the entire day and are timed by a pre-established calendar.

Workshop: swimming and aquatics, gardening and floriculture, writing and creating a newspaper, psychomotor skills, multi-sport, table tennis, music and singing, theatre, outdoor activities, sewing and embroidery.

Through the Reception, Protection, Participation, URP Communication Operational Structure and the Social Network, Volunteering, Mutuality and Reception, the activities of the Casa della Salute will be subject to periodic civic audit activities and evaluation of the degree of satisfaction of the User. For any further information, consult the website www.asl.fr.it.

The various activities provided by the Day Centre of Isola del Liri are listed below

  • psychomotor skills;
  • sports activities;
  • recreational activities;
  • orotofloricultura laboratory;
  • computer laboratory;
  • writing workshop (with revised publication);
  • workshop for manual work;
  • music therapy;
  • hippotherapy;
  • theatre therapy;
  • piscotherapeutic group;
  • cineforum;
  • drawing and plastic workshop;
  • singing workshop;
  • individual interviews;
  • home visits;
  • self-care workshop

How to access

It is accessed by means of forms sent by the Territorial Psychiatric Services or at the request of the General Practitioner after evaluation by the CSM.

Reception Time

The Day Centre of Isola del Liri observes the following reception time:

  • monday 08.00 – 18.00;
  • tuesday 08.00 – 18.00;
  • wednesday 08.00 – 18.00;
  • thursday 08.00 – 18.00;
  • friday 08.00 – 18.00;
  • saturday closed

Staff on duty at the Day Centre

  • Social Worker: Anna Iovacchini
  • Psychologist: Dr Patrizia Di Bartolomeo

Nursing staff on duty at the Day Centre

  • Emanuele chickpeas
  • Conimi Elisa
  • Vitale Franca

Contacts

Open Horizons Day Centre

Manager: Dr Patrizia Monti

Frosinone Headquarters

  • Address: Viale Mazzini Health District – 03100 Frosinone
  • Phone: 0775.2072592
  • Fax: 0775.2072593
  • Email: cdorizzontiaperti@aslfrosinone.it

Day Centre Beyond the Wall

Manager: Dr Anna Rosa Secchi

Ceccano Headquarters

  • Address: Via Marano, snc – 03023 Ceccano
  • Phone: 0775.6262841
  • Fax: 0775.6262840
  • Email: centrodiurnoceccano @aslfrosinone.it

La Bussola Day Centre

Manager: Dr. Mario Moriconi

Venue Ferentino

  • Address: Via Casilina Nord Km 71,800 – 03013 Ferentino
  • Phone: 0775.246066
  • Fax: 0775.246066
  • Email: centrodiurnoferentino @aslfrosinone.it

Day Centre of Isola del Liri

Manager: Dr. Roberto Pozzuoli

Isola del Liri Headquarters

  • Address: Via Ospedale – 03036 Isola del Liri
  • Telephone: 0776.814848
  • Fax: 0776.815100
  • Email: cdsora@aslfrosinone.it

Last Updated: 01/04/2022

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