The Time and Economy of Care Program has launched initiatives and experiences that aim to help make working hours, school hours, negotiations, purchases, leisure time and also prioritize community initiatives in the field of economy. Care and other activities of daily life directed at families and framed in the neighborhoods, the spaces of proximity where most of the daily activities of people are developed.
So far, three projects have been developed in this framework: "Shared Educational Time", focused on educational activities for children outside school hours (managed by the Municipal Institute of Education); "Time for you" aimed at providing support to families caring for people with different age dependencies, (managed by the Municipal Institute of People with Disabilities); And the "Dedeuauna" aimed at young people who do not study or work, with the aim of orienting them in the process of searching for training and / or employment alternatives and currently managed by the Youth Department of the Social Rights Area.
In this new stage, we incorporate the impulse to the community initiatives that contribute to the democratization of the care, that we are developing in coordination with the districts of the city.
We are also working on other projects that aim to improve citizens' time use in reference to proximity services such as markets and commerce.
Time of neighborhood
The city has a number of community initiatives that contribute to the democratization of care, because they facilitate their social recognition and contribute to their socialization, redistributing the burdens of care across borders and the privacy of homes.
A program designed specifically for caretakers in charge of people with disabilities. We began this project in 2011 with two main courses of action: one aimed at caretakers in charge of children with disabilities, and another for caretakers in charge of old people with disabilities.
A project of intervention for youngsters among the 16 and 25 years, which he|she|it intervenes in the time|weather of the youngsters who do not study nor work, with the goal to orientate them in the process of search of formative and/or work alternatives.
A program designed to improve family's use of time through a better-networked implementation of the activities that schools, institutions and community centers organize outside of school hours.