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National Policy for Older Persons

Government of Anguilla, Ministry of Social Development Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards Anguilla, United Kingdom 1 January 2009 Policy document elderly care, policy

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This Policy aims to ensure that a National Plan for older persons will not be just one of providing protection, care and residential services, but will also focus on the participation of a growing number of older persons the community. In so doing the aim will be to design support mechanisms for social and economic planning that will guarantee a reduction in poverty amongst the older population through the implementation of policies, the development of programmes, and the enactment and enforcement of legislation.

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