1, Plateau du Rham L- 2427 Luxembourg, Luxembourg

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Integrated Centers for the Aged (CIPA), Care Homes, Senior Citizens - Meals on Wheels - Services for the Elderly...

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servior@servior.lu
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About Servior - Direction Générale

SERVIOR

is the largest manager of childcare and accommodation for the elderly in Luxembourg.

Currently, we manage 15 institutions, including 8 integrated centers for older people (CIPA), 6 care homes and 1 senior residence with a potential of 1600 beds.

SERVIOR also offers services for elderly people who still live at home. The 'Lunchtime' formula allows you to take the main meal of the day in one of our centers. If you wish, you can also spend the afternoon. In addition, it is possible to have, for example after hospitalization, a holiday room for a short stay.

With an average of 400 meals served per day in 22 municipalities, SERVIOR is also one of the largest providers of meals on wheels. Created by the amended law of 23 December 1998, the public institution employs nearly 1,600 agents, more than half of whom work in the field of "care and supervision" .SERVIOR is the largest manager of reception and accommodation facilities for elderly people in Luxembourg. Currently, we manage 15 institutions, including 8 integrated centers for older people (CIPA), 6 care homes and 1 senior residence with a potential of 1600 beds.

SERVIOR also offers services for elderly people who still live at home. The 'Lunchtime' formula allows you to take the main meal of the day in one of our centers. If you wish, you can also spend the afternoon. In addition, it is possible to have, for example after hospitalization, a holiday room for a short stay.

With an average of 400 meals served per day in 22 municipalities, SERVIOR is also one of the largest providers of meals on wheels. Created by the amended law of December 23, 1998, the public institution employs nearly 1,600 agents, more than half of whom work in the "Care and Supervision" field.