With only eight of the teams in the top 16 still in contention for the Europa League, it is no wonder that there is so much talk of who will be crowned the best nursing home in the competition.
For those who do not live in one of Italy’s 10 nursing homes, the question is: which one is the one you prefer?
The question is not so simple.
If you are a nurse who has cared for people in a nursing home for more than 20 years, you may have a better understanding of your own personal preferences.
But, if you are not, you are better off simply following the instructions on the home’s website, which can help you decide which one suits you best.
For those who prefer a simple and easy-to-use experience, we have compiled a list of the top 10 nursing home options in Italy.
For the uninitiated, what is a nursing facility?
It is a home that is staffed with trained professionals who offer care for the mentally ill, the elderly and those with intellectual disabilities.
It is also a place where the elderly can receive specialised care such as the nursing home’s own specialist nursing unit.
In Italy, nursing homes can be divided into three categories: specialised units, general and general care units.
Specialised units are home to those who have been diagnosed with dementia or dementia-related conditions, or who have a long-term condition such as heart disease, diabetes or lung cancer.
They are designed to meet specific needs, such as those of the elderly or those with certain mental illnesses.
For example, in the case of dementia, specialised nursing units are usually staffed by psychologists or social workers, but are also used to care for people with other psychiatric disorders, such for example for those with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
For the general nursing home, specialises include the home for the elderly, as well as general hospitals, such a hospital or a nursing homes.
They usually include a specialist unit, which provides regular visits to people with specific needs.
They may also offer care to patients who are seriously ill or who are severely disabled.
They may also include other specialised services, such care for children and the elderly.
For some nursing homes the general unit can be staffed by people who are in regular contact with the patient, or by people on a short-term contract basis, such that they are not paid for their time, which is often a sign of a high standard of care.
For people who prefer to stay at home, there are some specialised and general nursing homes in Italy, but these can vary considerably from one area to another.