The centers of physiotherapy services affiliated to the Department of Social Services in Sharjah have begun to receive all patients and meet their treatment needs according to the highest standards of quality and safety that guarantee them the enjoyment of distinguished services. It has finally completed the renovation of its nine centers, which are spread in the city of Sharjah, Hamriyah, and Al Dhaid. Al Madam, Al Bataeh, Kalba, Khor Fakkan, Dibba Al Hisn and Maliha, with facilities and equipment in line with health precautionary measures and international standards, to provide physiotherapy and rehabilitation services to all patients from different members of society during evening periods through its center at the level of all cities of the Emirate of Sharjah.
Ahmed Al-Mail, director of the department, said that this step comes in implementation of the directives of the high resolution issued by the Executive Council, headed by His Highness Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Crown Prince, Deputy Ruler of Sharjah and Chairman of the Executive Council, No. 3 of 2021, regarding the regulation of participation in Evening services in the physiotherapy centers in the department, after it was limited to the beneficiaries of social services in the department, during the morning period, allowing members of the community to benefit from the services of the centers provided to subscribers for a nominal fee, within the evening services package of the centers, which includes various physiotherapy and rehabilitation services, Provided that the attending specialist at the center determines the number of sessions needed for the participant, after reviewing the medical reports and making the necessary examinations.
Al-Mail stressed the keenness of the Social Services Department on the continuity and sustainability of its services provided to members of society and the gradual return to normal within the precautionary requirements followed to prevent the outbreak of the new Corona virus, Covid-19, including; It is necessary to use the Al-Hosn Green Traffic application to enter the center, so that those wishing to benefit from the services of the therapeutic sessions, in addition to adherence to wearing gloves and masks, and observing the distance in the waiting hall, in order to preserve their safety and health, and to ensure the reception of the public and the provision of distinguished services to them, pointing out that the safety of the public Maintaining their health is at the top of the department’s priorities and concerns.
Pointing out that the department is always looking forward to contributing to improving life and its quality, whether for the elderly citizens, residents or other groups for whom physical therapy and rehabilitation represents an opportunity to enjoy high efficiency and an effective capacity for a better life, and to contribute to improving the health reality to which they are exposed, leading to them To a happy life and permanent health.
Precautionary and precautionary requirements
and in turn; Maryam Al-Qatari, Executive Director of Social Care and Protection Affairs, Department of Social Services, said that the process of reopening physiotherapy centers in the evening period and receiving different age groups from the external public, at a rate not exceeding the specified absorptive capacity for each center, is subject to a number of preventive and precautionary requirements aimed at preserving On the safety and health of auditors and employees alike in light of the current health conditions.
She pointed out that the 9 centers target all members of society in the city of Sharjah, Hamriyah, Al Dhaid, Al Madam, Al Bataeh, Kalba, Khor Fakkan, Dibba Al Hisn and Maliha, providing physiotherapy and rehabilitation services for senior citizens and people with disabilities who are members of the Elderly Services Center from Free of charge, while other categories enjoy treatment services for a small fee, enabling them to obtain advanced specialized treatments provided by the center. The center includes a section for men and another for women, a team of physiotherapists, rehabilitation and nursing assistants.