Brazilian Civil Code Mirabela

Contradictorily, the aged one is seen as limited to act in the work market, despite it is made responsible in the home by several and important tasks that degenerate other members, being thus subject, also, to the exploration of the family. However the question if aggravates still more when the aged one if finds to the cares of institutions, or either, when the family does not reveal apt to keep it, when this does not possess ways to collaborate with the family and needs the cares of it. This familiar responsibility stops with the aged one masked and is repassed to the asylums, having for bedding the dominant ideology, that considers more adequate the asylums as local and chemical preparations for the attendance to the aged one, despite the aged one does not perceive it in a similar way and yes, as conviction to the loss of autonomy, as much to define its more important questions how much for simple situations of life as hourly and relative choices to its feeding, sleep, clothes, etc. In this scene, that it is part of the daily one, the aged one loses space, paper and social function. Relegated as the plain one inside of the society, many times considered in the family as ' ' weight-morto' ' , the aged one is installed outside of the family in asylums, having started to be victim of abandonment or indifference, temporary or exactly lifetime, for the family. In Mirabela, who if makes responsible for the shelter to the aged one it is the Home Mother Queen who is a civil association, without lucrative or economic ends, qualifiable as of public interest, legal entity of private law, consisting of indeterminate stated period, in the form foreseen in the Brazilian Civil Code.

In the administrative and operational aspect it is an entity indissoluvelmente tied with the Church Apostlica Catholic. Its administration is exerted by a composed direction of: a president; vice-president; first and according to secretaries, first and according to bursars and a composed fiscal commission of four elect members for private voting. It is of two years the duration of the exercise of the positions, being able to have re-election drawing out the management. The financial resources are proceeding from donations, events, of the municipality and percentage of the retirement of the users. Thirty percent of this retirement is destined to the saving of the user. It was perceived necessity to create an institution of this nature, in the city of Mirabela, when finding aged begging in the streets of the city. The Home Mother Queen functions with capacity to take care of 25 aged in Mirabela and neighboring cities. A time that the Social Service plays role of great importance in