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II Plan Integral de Promoción de Autonomía Personal y Atención a Personas en Situación de Dependencia: Personas Mayores 2007-2010 (II Comprehensive Plan to Promote Personal Autonomy and Care for Dependent People: Seniors 2007-2010)

La Rioja Government Gobierno de la Rioja Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards Larioja 31 December 2007 Policy document mental health promotion, prevention

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Strategic document that will guide the regional government in this area during that period.
There are two axes that articulate this plan: the promotion of personal autonomy and prevention and care for people in situations of dependency.
It includes the objectives that the Government of La Rioja has set for policy implementation in relation to dependence, so that their protagonists, in this case the elderly, are subjects of law.

Documento que plasma la estrategia que seguirá el Ejecutivo regional en este ámbito durante dicho eriod.Dos son los ejes que articulan este plan: La promoción de la autonomía personal y prevención y la atención a las personas en situación de dependencia. Incluye los objetivos que se ha marcado el Gobierno de La Rioja para ejecutar las políticas de dependencia, para que sus protagonistas, en este caso las personas mayores, sean sujetos de pleno derecho.

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