Attendo is addressing complex care and health care challenges
The services we provide include care for individuals with multiple diagnoses and individuals with multiple disabilities or especially complex diagnoses, such as Huntington’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. In the area of individual and family care, we are helping local authorities create qualified care and good lives for young people with a range of needs, by recruiting and certifying family care homes for example.
Attendo has strong expertise in several aspects of care for people with disabilities. We have, for example, established two of only three care homes in Sweden that specialise in PraderWilli Syndrome, whose main effect is uncontrollable appetite.
We offer meaningful activities for people with mental health issues and work actively to match individuals enrolled in daily activities programmes with work opportunities.
In Finland, we are helping to secure access to care in numerous small communities. Many local authorities choose to partner with Attendo because it helps promote new methods and quality improvement in care. At the same time, this gives municipalities a clear view of their own coosts, which leads to more efficient use of taxpayers’ money.
A significant taxpayer
Attendo is one of the private care services providers in Sweden and Finland that pays the most tax. During the period 2016-2020, Attendo payed an average of SEK 140 million in corporate taxes per year, whereof SEK 80 million in Sweden and SEK 58 million in Finland. Attendo always pays taxes in the country where profits are generated.
In addition to tax on the company’s profits, Attendo also pays payroll taxes and social fees. In 2020, social expenses were SEK 1.062 billion, whereof SEK 955 million in Sweden and SEK 107 million in Finland.