• In five years, the Government of Juanma Moreno has managed to reduce the waiting list by more than half, contributing seven out of every ten euros of the total cost of the Unit.

Andalusia dependency recordThe Government of Juanma Moreno has once again beaten a record in the provision of Dependency care services. At the end of 2023, the number of beneficiaries has risen in Andalusia to 286.600. Which shows that the Popular Party government is sensitive to the problems and needs of Andalusians and manages people-centered.

During the last year, the Ministry of Social Inclusion, Youth, Families and Equality has incorporated a total of 48.477 new beneficiaries, who have registered in the system with a total of 90.277 new benefits, bringing the number Total benefits amount to 421.261.

In this way, the Government of Juanma Moreno has managed to reduce more than half of the waiting list left by the socialist governments and which amounted to more than 75.000 Andalusians.


Home help, the heart of the Dependency

54% of dependent beneficiaries of the system are cared for through the home help service, to which 10.203 dependents have joined during the year 2023. Currently, 155.969 people in a situation of dependency are cared for through this service, in whose care more than 53 million hours have been invested in the last year.

In addition to being the most demanded, this service is a powerful engine of job creation. It has more than 44.000 workers in the community, 97% are women. The Labor conditions Of these workers have also improved with the Government of Juanma Moreno, which has increased the price/hour by 18% compared to the last socialist government to 15,45 euros/hour.


Telecare for more than 264.000 beneficiaries

The Andalusian Telecare Service has 264.061 users at the end of 2023, after a net growth since the beginning of the year of 12.961 people, also achieving a historical maximum.

This service handled 5,6 million calls last year, which meant an average of about 15.300 calls handled per day.


Historical maximum number of users in residences and day centers

On the other hand, the number of people currently cared for in residences has reached a historical maximum of 28.704 users. 1.798 more people during the last year, which represents an increase of 6,7%.

In addition, the Day Center Service serves 14.657 people.

Record numbers of care for Dependency in Andalusia, the result of intense work by the Ministry of Social Inclusion, Youth, Families and Equality, whose primary objective is to serve more and better the dependent people of our land.

In 2023 alone, 1.970 new arranged places were created in residences and day centers for the elderly and people with disabilities. Since 2019, the Andalusian Government of Juanma Moreno has carried out the largest increase in places in history, with the creation of 4.553 new residential and day center places. The last socialist government created 283 in four years.

Finally, currently more than 87.000 Andalusians in a situation of dependency are beneficiaries of some of the economic benefits provided for in the law, the amounts of which have also been improved since the PP governs the Junta de Andalucía.

Andalusia dependency record

A record-breaking Dependency despite unfair financing

The change is noticeable in Andalusia with the Popular Party in the Junta government and Juanma Moreno as president.

Today we can talk to andalusian pride of record numbers of dependent people and families who are being provided with coverage and care, thanks to an unprecedented effort.

Day by day, The Board contributes seven out of every ten euros of the Unit's cost in Andalusia, despite the fact that the community has stopped receiving between 800 and 1.000 million euros each year for 15 years now and drags a financial deficit of more than 10.000 million.

However Families and the most vulnerable people are a priority for the Government of Juanma Moreno.

For this reason, the PP Executive is going to continue working to continue improving and expanding coverage of the Department's service in Andalusia. To do this, the government has digitized the procedures and has also simplified the procedures. Now the assessment and recognition of benefits will be carried out in a single visit and a single procedure.