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FR47_FR717_Savoie Departmental Plan for Disabled people 2014-2019_2014

Name of the country France
Sector Social care
Name of the document (original) Schéma départemental Personnes handicapées 2014-2019 Savoie
Name of the document (English) Savoie Departmental Plan for Disabled people 2014-2019
Administrative level Departmental (NUTS 3)
Type of the document Strategy
Year of adoption 2014
Foreseen duration 2019
Sector Social care
Territorial unit (NUTS/LAU) FR717
Authority Department
Availability in English No
Legally binding Non binding
SGI coverage SSGI
Integration as a concept Yes
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Description The strategy has a focus on coordination between actors to provide a better service
Major objectives [5/5]
1. Promote assistance for disabled children
2. Fostering training, professional inclusion and efforts to keep the disabled person in work
3. Improving and coordinating home service assistance
4. Improving care for ageing people with disabilities
5. Optimizing current supply for care services
Short Summary General council is in charge of drawing up the departmental plan about disabled people. The law about social action and family gives objectives for this plan :
- Assess the needs and the offer of the sector
- Determine development objectives for the offer
- Precise the cooperation and coordination framework between medical social center and services
- Define assessment methods for actions

The plan is drawn up for 5 years, and is consistent with the other medical social plans. The interdepartmental program for disabled people is then based on this plan. Legally binding, every project must be consistent with objectives and needs drawn up in the plan.

1. Promote assistance for disabled children
- Foster early diagnosis and assist families for screening and care
- Foster adapted care for disabled children within territory (Develop territorial network)
- Ensure consistent and ongoing assistance (Improve coordination of intervention )

2. Fostering training, professional inclusion and efforts to keep the disabled person in work
- Strengthen assistance to find a job by training and orientation
- Promote a global approach by taking account of social life besides working life.
- Develop job availability for disabled persons

3. Improving and coordinating home service assistance
- Ensure continuity of services for disabled people (in partiular, early morning, evenings and week-ends) by improving coordination between different services
- Develop training for social and medical social workers
- Develop assistance for families and helpers

4. Improving care for ageing people with disabilities
- Fostering cross-cutting competences from elderly and disabled people sectors in care centers
- Optimize home care for ageing people with disabilities (by developing adapted retirement home and by coordinating all different actors

5. Optimizing current supply for care services
- strengthen accessibility to services (by developing social bonds with isolated persons)
- strengthen consistency of supply and need (information, coordination
- Ensure a better coordination and following for care pathways
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