What are MICs?
MICs (Spanish acronym for Módulos Independientes de Convivencia) are independent living modules, fully-adapted apartments for people with a physical dependence, a disability and/or reduced mobility, that offer 24-hour comprehensive care. They are designed for people who wish to live an independent and integrated life in society. Thus, in individual housing, with personalised assistive devices and 24-hour support from carers if necessary, each person can develop their life plan with autonomy and quality of life.
With the social responsibility of creating quality, accessible housing, combining autonomy and care, we help people to achieve the full and independent life they want they want to live.
MICs Sant Jordi is a facility belonging to the Llars de L’Amistat Cheshire Foundation. For more than 50 years, the Foundation has been helping physically dependent people who, due to different circumstances, cannot remain in their home.
Although it operates independently, the Foundation is affiliated with the Leonard Cheshire International Foundation, which is present in 50 countries and runs more than 350 homes.
The fundamental premise that guides the Foundation’s activity is to make the residences feel like their own home to the users, helping them to fulfill their life expectations.