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Reshaping Care for Older People: A Programme for Change 2011-2021

The Scottish Government Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards Scotland, United Kingdom 1 January 2011 Policy document elderly care, social security

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This document sets out the vision of Scotland and immediate actions for reshaping the care and support of older people in the country. It was co-produced through an extensive period of development and engagement with the people of Scotland and with political, organisational and community interests at both local and national levels. Achieving this vision will require extensive collaboration to resolve our differences and transcend traditional boundaries; to recognise shared aspirations and responsibilities; to share skills, talents and resources; and to build a new dynamic where all people are both contributors and beneficiaries alike – giving meaning to a mutual care approach.

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