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Plan Andaluz de Alzheimer 2007-2010 (Alzheimer Andalusian Plan 2007-2010)

Junta de Andalucia; Government of Spain Country Resources Neurological disorders including dementia Andalucia 31 December 2007 Policy document dementia, mental health care

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El bienestar de la ciudadanía en su conjunto constituye, sin duda, uno de los valores que la comunidad andaluza procura y prioriza a través de sus políticas sociales. Así, en esta búsqueda de la calidad de vida de los distintos sectores poblacionales, y entre las medidas establecidas a favor de las personas mayores, y el Decreto 137/2002, de 30 de abril, de apoyo a las familias andaluzas, se procedió a la elaboración de dos instrumentos fundamentales: el Plan Andaluz de Alzheimer de la Consejería de Salud.


The welfare of the citizenry as a whole is without doubt one of the values ​​that prioritizes Andalusia procurement and through its social policies. Thus, in this quest for quality of life of different population sectors, and between the measures provided for older people, and Decree 137/2002 of 30 April, in support of Andalusian families, we proceeded to the development of two key instruments: the Plan Andaluz Alzheimer's Ministry of Health

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