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w sprawie przyjęcia dokumentu Założenia Długofalowej Polityki Senioralnej w Polsce na lata 2014–2020 / Assumptions: Long term policy on seniority in Poland 2014-2020

Ministry of Public Healthbour and Social Policy; The Government of Poland Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards Poland 1 January 2014 Policy document elderly care, Social Inclusion

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This senior policy sets out to:

Support and provide opportunities for active aging in health and opportunities to remain autonomous into old age.

Establish a concrete network of older person policy frameworks to support this ideal in government.


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