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El Plan Integral de Infancia y adolescencia de Aragón 2010-2014 (The Comprehensive Plan for Childhood and Adolescence in Aragon 2010-2014)

Consejera de Servicios Sociales y Familia Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Aragon 2010 Policy document child and adolescent, plan

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El Plan Integral de Infancia y adolescencia de Aragón 2010-2014 (PIIAA) es un documento que el Departamento de Servicios Sociales y Familia ha elaborado con gran expectativa, interés y cuidado, porque construye el marco de las actuaciones y programas dirigidos a los niños y niñas de Aragón, un colectivo especialmente vulnerable por su situación sociológica, psicológica y evolutiva. La atención a la infancia es uno de nuestros mayores retos presentes, así que es una gran satisfacción haber logrado plasmar en este Plan los principios básicos de los que partimos cuando abordamos su elaboración: el Plan ofrece una perspectiva abierta de la infancia, es integral y participado.

The Comprehensive Plan for Childhood and Adolescence of Aragon 2010-2014 (PIIAA) is a document that the Department of Family and Social Services has developed with great expectations, interest and care, in order to build the framework of actions and programmes aimed at the children of Aragon, a collective especially vulnerable due to its sociological, psychological and evolutionary situation. Comprehensive care of children is one of our biggest present challenges, and this Plan offers an open perspective of childhood that is comprehensive and participatory.

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