DESK REVIEWS | 07.04.07. Of the different types of health and long-term care facilities listed above, where such facilities are available and how many such facilities are available?

DESK REVIEW | 07.04.07. Of the different types of health and long-term care facilities listed above, where such facilities are available and how many such facilities are available?

Long-term care institutions for older people are not evenly distributed throughout the country. In the South-eastern region of Brazil there are 57.6% of the institutions, followed by the Southern region with 20% of them (Camarano & Barbosa, n.d.).

References:

Camarano, A. A. & Barbosa, P. (n.d.). Instituições de Longa Permanência para Idosos no Brasil: Do que se está falando? (pp. 479–514). Retrieved July 17, 2019, from http://repositorio.ipea.gov.br/bitstream/11058/9146/1/Institui%C3%A7%C3%B5es%20de%20longa%20perman%C3%AAncia.pdf

Not applicable (see table 7.5).

The Global Directory of Palliative Care Services and Organizations lists 12 hospice organisations or associations in Indonesia (Abikusno, 2007). Some hospices are specialised for children and others for cancer. These are spread across Surabaya, Jakarta, Yogyakarta, Talangsari, Bali, and Makassar. In addition, there are about 250 panti jompos and 20 panti wredha nationally, as discussed above.

References:

Abikusno, N. (2007). Long term care support and services for older persons : Case study of Indonesia. ESID/SPAG/4. http://libprint.trisakti.ac.id/145/1/2007%287%29-Abikusno.pdf

Please see previous sections.