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Schéma départemental en faveur des personnes âgées 2009-2013/ Departmental Plan for Older Persons

General Council of Martinique Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards Martinique 22 January 2009 Policy document Older Persons, Social Inclusion

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Ce document adopté par l’assemblée plénière le 22 janvier 2009 pour la période 2009 -2013, s’inscrit dans la dynamique engagée depuis plusieurs années pour améliorer les conditions de vie des personnes âgées du département. Il traduit la continuité de l’effort du Conseil Général qui doit nous permettre de répondre au défi du vieillissement démographique de la Martinique, et ce, malgré un contexte marqué par la raréfaction des ressources publiques.
Le nouveau schéma confortera une politique qui a apporté de nombreuses avancées dans le secteur gérontologique, notamment pour ce qui concerne le maintien à domicile, la coordination, et la lutte contre la maltraitance.

The document adopted by the Plenary Assembly January 22, 2009 for the period 2009 -2013, is part of the momentum of the past several years to improve the lives of older people in the department. It reflects the continuity of the effort of the General Council which will enable us to meet the challenge of an ageing population in Martinique, despite a context of scarce public resources. The new scheme will reinforce a policy that has made many advances in the gerontology sector, particularly with regard to home support, coordination, and the fight against abuse.

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