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Plan National “Bien vieillir 2007 – 2009 (National Plan "Aging Well” 2007 – 2009)

Government of France Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards France 2007 Policy document

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The national Plan "aging well" presented here aims to propose the steps of a path for a "successful aging" from the point of view of individual health as well as social relationships, valuing the organization and implementation of appropriate preventive actions.

Le plan national “bien vieillir” présenté ici a pour ambition de proposer les étapes d’un chemin pour un “vieillissement réussi” tant du point de vue de la santé individuelle que des relations sociales, en valorisant l’organisation et la mise en oeuvre d’actions de prévention adaptées.


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