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Plan Solidarité - Grande Age (Solidarity Plan for the elderly)

France Ministry of Social Security, the Elderly, the Disabled and Family Country Resources Older Persons General Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards France 27 June 2006 Policy document elderly care, employment, health promotion

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Le Plan prevoit la réforme en cinq grands axes:
1) Donner aux personnes âgées dépendantes le libre choix de rester chez elles : en développant les services de soins et d’aide à domicile ; en soutenant davantage les aidants familiaux ; en assurant une continuité entre domicile et maison de retraite ;
2) Inventer la maison de retraite de demain et permettre aux personnes âgées vulnérables de mieux y vivre, en augmentant le nombre de soignants, en améliorant la qualité de vie, en maîtrisant les prix.
3) Adapter l’hôpital aux personnes âgées, en développant la filière gériatrique et en resserrant des liens tant avec le domicile qu’avec la maison de retraite ;
4) Assurer pour l’avenir le financement solidaire de la dépendance, afin de garantir un haut niveau de protection sociale face à la dépendance ;
5) Insuffler une nouvelle dynamique à la recherche et à la prévention.

The Plan provides for reform in five areas:
1) Provide the dependent elderly with the free choice to stay at home: through the development of care and home help, the support of more caregivers, and by ensuring continuity between the home and the nursing home;
2) Inventing the nursing home of tomorrow and enabling dependent older people to live better, by increasing the number of health workers, improving the quality of life by controlling prices.
3) Adapting the hospital for the needs of the elderly, developing geriatric network and tightening links with both the home and the retirement home;
4) Provide secure future funding secured for dependency, to ensure high level of social protection for dependent elderly people;
5) Bring new life into research and prevention.

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