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Schéma Régional de l’Organisation Médico-Sociale (SROMS)/ Regional Scheme for Medico-social organization

Health Agency of Martinique Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Martinique 13 February 2012 Policy document public health, social security

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Le schéma régional d’organisation sociale et médico-sociale fixe pour les cinq prochaines années les principales orientations politiques et stratégiques de l’ARS dans ce domaine.Ce document a été élaboré en collaboration avec les principaux partenaires de la mise en œuvre des politiques sur ces deux secteurs. Il prend en compte le retard d’équipement en établissement de la région, le vieillissement accéléré de la société martiniquaise et un niveau de précarité significatif d’une partie de la population.

3 priorités ont été retenues pour l’élaboration du SROMS :

-Améliorer et développer les conditions de prise en charge des personnes âgées en tenant compte de l’évolution démographique de la Martinique
-Renforcer l’autonomie de la personne en situation de handicap en complétant et en diversifiant l’offre et les modalités de prise en charge
-Assurer la couverture des besoins médico-sociaux sur les quatre territoires de proximité.

The regional scheme of medico-social and social organization describes for the next five years the main policy and strategic direction of the Regional Health Agency. This document was developed in collaboration with key partners in the implementation of policies of these two sectors. It takes into account the lack of facilities in institutions of the region, the accelerated aging of Martinican society and a significant part of the population level of insecurity.

Three priorities have been identified for the development of SROMS:

-Improve and develop the conditions for taking care of the elderly in light of the changing demographics of Martinique
-Empower the person with disabilities by completing and diversifying the supply and delivery of care
-Ensure coverage of medical and social needs of the four nearby territories.

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