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Schéma National d'organisation social et médico-sociale pour les handicaps rares 2009-2013 (National Plan for the social and socio-medical organization for rare disabilities 2009-2013)

France Ministry of Employment, Social Relations, Family, Solidarity and the City Country Resources disability, Disability Strategies and Plans France October 2009 Policy document

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Le schéma donne pour objectifs d'accroître les expertises les plus pointues et faciliter leur accessibilité, pour améliorer le diagnostic fonctionnel et définir un accompagnement spécifi que adapté à la complexité de chaque situation, en associant les personnes et leur famille et en favorisant un travail en réseau. il prévoit le développement de l’offre en établissements et services dont le recrutement dépasse l’aire régionale et son organisation territoriale.

The Plan aims to increase the provision of the most advanced expertise and to facilitate access to this expertise, in order to improve the functional diagnosis and define a specific accompaniment adapted to the complexity of each situation, whilst involving people and their families and promoting a professional network. it provides for the development of the supply of services and facilities including recruitment services, beyond the regional area and its territorial organization.

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