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Visiedocument verpleging & verzorging en ouderenzorg (Vision document for nursing & care and elderly care)

Stichting Federatie Zorginstellingen Nederlandse Antillen; Government of Curaçao Country Resources Older Persons General Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Curaçao 17 August 2009 Policy document community, elderly care, primary care

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In dit document, in opdracht geschreven voor de Curaçaose overheid, wordt eerst ingegaan op de ontwikkelingen rondom de ouderenzorg. Hierna volgt een opsomming van de knelpunten. Daarna wordt de toekomstige positie van de Ouderenzorg op Curacao beschreven in termen van niveau, kwaliteit, organisatie en bekostiging. In het laatste hoofdstuk wordt de toekomstagenda vertaald in een concreet stappenplan.

In this document, commissioned by the Government of Curacao, the developments of the elderly care in Curacao are described. Next, a summary of the challenges is given. Thereafter, the future position of elderly care in curacao is described in terms of level, quality, organization and funding. In the last chapter, the future agenda is translated into a concrete action plan

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