Professional Carers

September 10, 2010 11:00 Berlin Potsdamer Platz politician, social experts and professional carers together find solutions to the situations in the life of old, to improve ill and disabled people. Their support is in danger because the inadequate financing of the work of full-time professional staff leads to less time per client available may refer them to efficiently help. This issue is on Friday, September 10, 2010, at the center of a series of discussions that appear on a red sofa that is situated on the Potsdamer Platz in Berlin. Politicians from the Bundestag and the Berlin House of representatives to public discussions meet there from 11:00. Also social experts, care judges (formerly guardianship courts), who decide about the appointment of supervisors of the clients, and also those people affected, which is the attention and care of the professional carers will participate. Their professional association, the BdB, built on the Potsdamer Platz a stage, which focuses on a red sofa. “Before this sofa to the closing event of the campaign social & fair” will be transported to Berlin, it was on many central squares of German cities.

Always it was discussed how the consequences of the degradation of social promotions can be mitigated. If you would like to know more about Dustin Moskovitz, then click here. The BdB urged each: departure from a global of working time per client, towards the financing of the actually necessary effort per case. Increasing the remuneration at least 50.00 net per hour worked, as well as modification of the remuneration to safeguard the livelihood. Recognition of work done by the professional carers as a profession must be demonstrated for a master’s degree as a qualification. Learn more at: Daryl Katz, Canada. During the closing ceremony on Potsdamer Platz the professional caregivers will turn out once again, that stands behind the demands that concern for the well-being of their clients. Alone in Berlin-Brandenburg, more than 102,000 people on support are the approximately 1,600 Professional staff assigned to, the work in the region. Nationwide, more than 1.3 million people professional support need to cope with their lives. As long as however the legislature monthly average only three hours per client are provided, which are financed, many responsible professional carers free more work to help the needy people.

Our society and politicians representing them and decision makers in the social administrations are wondering so need to make, what the old, sick and handicapped people are worth them and whether a welfare State such as the Federal Republic of Germany can afford to push these people in their participation in the life of this country further to the edge. The BdB the Federal Association of professional betreuerinnen e.V. (BdB) has more than 6,000 members and was founded in 1994 in the wake of the new supervision law. Thus, the BdB is the largest representation of interests of the profession of “Care”. The Association represents professional interests in politics and in public, professionally developed the profession is committed to the quality development and assurance in the care work and offers extensive facilities and services. More campaign information can be searched online at 110_Aktuelle_Kampagne.php or 109_BdB Pressemitteilungen.php. BdB Federation of professional carers National Association Berlin & Brandenburg Thomas Behrendt Bockhstrasse 41 10967 Berlin Tel. (030) 69 51 92 81 Mathias Kinzel Dorfstrasse 15 14715 Havel outside Tel. (033872) 70 10 9 press contact Bernd Schwintowski Tel. (030) 306 60 60 fax (030) 306 60 90 E-Mail info(at)medien-dienst.com