For us it has revolved around the concept of care, understood extensively as dedication. Since 1985, we have been taking care of people living with HIV in their homes so that, condemned to die, they may slip away surrounded by family affection and dignity.
We still cultivate carein the homes of our patients, in residences, in day centres and in recovery communities, in hospitals and in the branchesof social assistance.
For OSA care is the opportunity and together the responsibilityto care for theirworkers, guaranteeing their rights, protecting them in the performanceof their duties and supporting, first and foremost, them and theirfamilies.
Thus we arm ourselves with care and therefore with care as we look to the future, which is more present than we can imagine, and which cannot be faced in solitude, even if we are proud of our history.
By virtue of that concern, we have made and will continue to make alliancesin order to adequately address the challenges that lie ahead.