It is common to hear that action aimed at persons with disabilities develop under the principles of ‘improvement of the quality of life’, ‘promotion of equal opportunities and accessibility’, three principles that are pursued through these institutions, collaboratively, in the majority of cases, with foundations or associations of persons with disabilities. The actions which we have listed above affect in all social environments and cater to the needs of persons with disabilities throughout the life cycle, both prevention, education, employment and social integration. 2 Attention to families from the social services from social services will cater to different collectives, focusing attention offered to one direction or another Depending on the case presented and the urgency of it. 2.1 Levels of care in the organisation of social services social services is that determines the use of benefits and ordering resources. We can speak of two levels of care: 1. primary health care: is citizens first contact with social services and the place that is entered in the protection system. Primary health care addresses the needs as nonspecific and generalizable to the entire population, being implanted in the municipalities.
Linked to this first level of care should be appointing the basic social services, aimed at responding to the social of all citizens and collective needs without distinction, reaching all. They normally provided through centres for Social Action (CEAS) which depend on the municipalities with over 20,000 inhabitants or the provincial councils for the younger population in rural municipalities. From these centres it offers information, advice or assistance, both to access to the social resources to which one is entitled, as to provide a primary collaboration for the benefit mainly of collective disadvantaged or families in situations of social exclusion. They are public services. 2. Specialized care: Is a social intervention that needs more resources given the complexity of the demand and attention.