PSOE spokesman and candidate for mayor of Santander, Daniel Fernández, has opted for a “city of welfare” that “takes care of our elderly”, in a visit to the San Cândido residence in which he affirms the dependency law and «Rajoy Recovery of financing with the government of Pedro Sánchez after the reduction of the KPP».
The Socialist candidate has also praised the “great agreement of the Government of Cantabria” with the area of residence by which a “reasonable” price for concrete public spaces was guaranteed, as well as “an adequate proportion to focus on”. The focus was on. Patient”.
Fernandez has highlighted the quality of care for the residents of San Candido, such as their interfaith commitment to the children’s center ‘Los Peques de San Candido’ and others in the area of Cajo, where it is located. Similarly, it has given importance to active aging activities, such as swimming or gymnastics, and workshops where creativity and health of the elderly are worked on.
The socialist claimed, “The San Cândido residence is the best example in Santander of the welfare state and the proper functioning of the dependency law in our city,” an achievement of the PSOE thanks to the Pedro Sánchez government after the PP government’s cutbacks with Rajoy. funding has had an impact.
In addition, he highlighted the agreement made by the Ministry of Social Policies to improve the financing of concrete public spaces in residences with “sufficient proportions to develop a care model focused on our elderly people”.
“That’s why we claim that everything most important for people’s lives is being managed by the PSOE and we are managing it well with the resources and means we have,” he reiterated, director of ICASS and head of the City of Santander. Council with No. 2 of candidacy, Maria Antonia Mora.
“It is guaranteed that we are going to reinforce the city council’s social services with more social workers,” he has promised, because social work units (UTS) are “overwhelmed.” “You have to organize work better and you have to strengthen services,” he stipulated.
For Fernandez, the PSOE is the “best project” with the “best team” to address the reality of Santander, fueled by the PP model that expels the young and dynamic population, and that has made our city very old. Is”.
For this reason, the care of the elderly in Santander “will be at the center of all our decisions to prevent loneliness and social isolation,” he assured.
And he criticized that among Santander’s “very bad” statistics in recent years, “one of the ones that hurts us the most is that we have become a city council that lacks cohesion, because In the last few years there has been a decrease in investment in social services. Which was most needed”.
In this sense, he has blamed the Popular Party for being “unable to communicate with the majority of Santanderinos”, for “not having a budget”. “I want to be mayor of a government that represents the vast majority of Santander and a city that takes care of our elderly,” he concluded.