Mobile social assistance service

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The Mobile Social Assistance Service (MSHD) is a special form of general care and support services. The mobile social assistance service is usually carried out by people doing community service or as part of the voluntary social year . It mainly includes hourly care for elderly or disabled people in their private environment.


  • Help to maintain and expand contacts with the environment (such as visiting services, delivery and collection services)
  • Help around the house (such as help with preparing meals, cleaning the apartment)
  • Nursing and supervisory aids (such as help with personal hygiene, eating, physical exercises)

See also


  1. Federal Office for Civilian Service - page no longer available , search in web archives: social auxiliary services (MSHD)@1@ 2Template: Toter Link /