Infanta Elena Integral Disability Care Centre – CAIDIS
Located in the town of Cordovilla (Navarre) close to the Sadar football ground, the Infanta Elena Integral Disability care centre - CAIDIS specialises in caring for people with physical disabilities, brain damage similar conditions, and multiple disabilities. It caters for people who require a comprehensive services to meet their basic needs for therapy, rehabilitation and social and cultural requirements. These users need essential general support and are unable to live independently at home or do not have the family or social support they need to remain at home.
The centre offers both residential and day care services.
Transport: From the Pamplona Renfe railway station: Bus routes 9 (to UPNa and then a ten-minute walk), 9 (to Plaza Merinades), 11 (from Plaza Merinades to Calle Sadar and then a three-minute walk ) and 16 (to the Zaragoza road) / From Pamplona bus station: Bus route 16 (to the Zaragoza road).
Easy parking in the local area.
The Infanta Elena de Cordovilla Integral Disability Care Centre is owned by the Gobierno de Navarra and is managed by SARquavitae. It only has public places.
70 residential places
12 day centre places
- Garden and outdoor areas
- Gym and rehabilitation room
- Doctor’s clinic and treatment room
- Living and TV rooms
- Resident leisure areas
- Vending machines
- Emergency call system
- Adjustable electric beds
- Private bathroom
- Large windows
- Medical care
- Nursing care
- Psychological therapy
- Social worker
- Psychomotor stimulation
- Memory and cognitive stimulation workshops
- Occupational therapy
- Daily cleaning
- Festivities marking special dates
- Personalised meals for special diets
- Excursions and activities
- Organisation of social and cultural events
- Religious services
- Accompaniment services