Tallinn delegation visited Finland to study the experience of housing construction for seniors

The delegation of Tallinn visited the house for the elderly, created by northern neighbors, to study the experience that can be useful when creating a similar house in Tallinn.

"Ten years ago we were not ready to provide such a service," - said Tallinn Vice-Mayor Tõnis Mölder, - "now we are able to meet the need for it, which is constantly growing. The concept used in the Nordic countries provides people with convenience, freedom of choice and all-round assistance."

In Tallinn, a house for the elderly will be created on Nafta Street, 1a. There will be 1-2-room apartments equipped with kitchen and other appliances. Its inhabitants will be people who, with some help from the outside, are able to live in a separate room and do housekeeping.

In March, the city government began to develop a program to create housing for seniors, and a support group was created in the city assembly, which includes representatives of all factions.

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