Our centres are small residential centres, with limited places. This is in order to encourage coexistence and to help the residents perceive the residences as their own home. We want to be a reference in care service, applying the model of comprehensive care centred on people. Because for us our residents have always been the centre of our service and our reason for being; The most important thing for our team is, from an ethical standpoint, to respect the will and autonomy of the people we serve, maximizing their personal skills.


We work to improve the quality of life of the people who live with us and we accompany them in their life projects.


The Foundation also has some housing – apartments – with complementary professional services and help for people with physical disabilities, to help them develop an independent life. These Independent Coexistence Modules (MICs), centrally located in the city of Barcelona, Vía Augusta nº 269-273, are designed for physically dependent people who, alone or with their family, aspire to a high degree of independence and social and professional integration.

Ethical Work

The Foundation has an ERE (Space for Ethical Reflection), which is a consultative, interdisciplinary and plural space, and has the purpose of being an area for analysis, training and advice on ethical issues that arise in the day to day basis. This space is at the disposition of the Foundation’s entire community (residents/persons served, family members, workers, volunteers and members of the board of trustees).


Among its objectives are reviewing the Foundation’s guidelines from an ethical perspective and/or creating new ones for the improvement of care. In the same way, it aims to improve the quality of care for people who reside or are users of services in the different care homes available to the Foundation, through the promotion of ethical values and good attitudes in the care of said persons.

How you can access our services

Access to our centres must take place in accordance with the criteria established in the current social services legislation and it is the respective care services for people of the Territorial Services of the Department of Social Rights or the Consortium of Social Services of Barcelona that, once the personal needs have been assessed must guide the referral of the person to the appropriate resource.

Access to services for people with disabilities is made through the care system for people with disabilities (SAD), from which a resolution is sent communicating access to both the user and to centre they should attend.

In addition to this, the corresponding resolution must also be issued within the framework of Law 39/2006, of December 14, on the promotion of personal autonomy and care for people in a situation of dependency.