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Schéma départemental en faveur des personnes âgées et des personnes handicapées 2010-2014/ Departmental Scheme for older persons and persons with disability

General Council of Guadeloupe Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards disability, Disability Policies Guadeloupe 1 January 2009 Policy document Older Persons, Social Inclusion

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Résultat d’une réflexion menée conjointement avec l’Etat et d’une large participation des acteurs des secteurs gérontologique et du handicap, ce schéma départemental en faveur des personnes âgées et des personnes handicapées a pour objectif de déterminer les principaux axes de la politique départementale pour les cinq ans à venir.

L’ambition de ce schéma est de catalyser la dynamique en faveur d’un meilleur accompagnement, dans le respect de la dignité de la personne en manque ou en perte d’autonomie, de sa place et de son rôle dans la communauté. Son élaboration s’est étalée tout le long de l’année 2009 afin d’établir des orientations au plus près des souhaits et des attentes des personnes en manque ou perte d’autonomie et de leurs proches. Ses objectifs doivent également contribuer à la pérennisation et à la consolidation des réseaux et partenariats déjà présents sur le territoire guadeloupéen.

Result of discussions held jointly with the state and the broad participation of stakeholders in gerontology and disability sectors, the departmental plan for the elderly and people with disabilities aims to identify key areas of policy for five years.

The aim of this scheme is to catalyze momentum for better support, while respecting the dignity of the person in need or a loss of autonomy, of their places and roles in the community. Its development was spread throughout the year 2009 to establish guidelines as closely to the wishes and expectations of people with compromised autonomy and their families. its objectives
must also contribute to the sustainability and consolidation of networks and partnerships already in the territory of Guadeloupe.


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