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La politique d'Autonomie des personnes âgées et handicapées (Policy supporting autonomy of older persons and persons with disability)

General Council of Guadeloupe Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards Disability Policies Guadeloupe 1 January 2014 Policy document autonomy, disability, Older Persons

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En 2014, nous poursuivrons donc sans faiblir, la mise en œuvre du Schéma Départemental en faveur des Personnes Agées et des Personnes Handicapées 2010-2014, en développant au-delà du cadre légal, une palette d’offres de service combinant aides humaines et aides techniques pour renforcer le maintien à domicile, améliorer la prise en charge en établissement, lutter contre la maltraitance, encourager la scolarisation des enfants handicapés et l’insertion des adultes handicapés, prévenir l’apparition des maladies associées au grand âge telles que la maladie d’Alzheimer et toutes celles ayant des impacts sur l’autonomie des personnes, et enfin nous nous attacherons à optimiser la coopération entre les différents intervenants. Mais tout cela ne serait rien si nous ne nous prenions appui sur le devoir moral de solidarité envers nos aînés et si nous n’apportions un supplément d’âme et de cœur dans la prise en charge des personnes handicapées.

In 2014, we will continue the implementation of Scheme Departmental for the Elderly and Persons with Disabilities from 2010 to 2014, developing beyond the legal framework, a range of service offerings combining human assistance and aid techniques to enhance home support, improve institutional management, fight against child abuse, increase enrolment of children with disabilities and inclusion of adults with disabilities, prevent the onset of diseases associated with old age such as disease Alzheimer's and all those having an impact on people's autonomy, and finally we will work to maximize cooperation between the various stakeholders.

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