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FR51_FR821_Alpes de Haute-Provence Departmental plan for ederly people 2015-2017_2015

Name of the country France
Sector Social care
Name of the document (original) Schéma départemental en faveur des personnes âgées 2015-2017 Alpes de Haute-Provence
Name of the document (English) Alpes de Haute-Provence Departmental plan for ederly people 2015-2017
Administrative level Departmental (NUTS 3)
Type of the document Strategy
Year of adoption 2015
Foreseen duration 2017
Sector Social care
Territorial unit (NUTS/LAU) FR821
Authority Department
Availability in English No
Legally binding Non binding
SGI coverage SSGI
Integration as a concept Yes
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Description The plan aims to define ways of coordinating care workers by working on the local actors’ role as well as developing local partnership methodology (using CLIC, MAIA…)
Major objectives [5/5]
This current plan, practical and operational, aims to:
- Optimize coordination for users and actors networks
Ø Defining ways of coordinating care workers by working on the local actors’ role as well as developing local partnership methodology (using CLIC, MAIA…)
Ø Improving care pathways in conjunction with the ARS
Ø Developing, on an experimental basis, a “one-stop shop” for health care and services towards people with a loss of autonomy.

- Promote a service offer which would be diversified and adapted to the specific needs of people
Ø Developing prevention actions towards people with a loss of autonomy and Alzheimer sufferers
Ø Developing adapted housing for people with a loss of autonomy
Ø Optimizing personal care within the family framework
Ø Strengthening departmental policy towards caregivers
Ø Developing modern tools for home-care services (remote management system)

Through these objectives, the plan has three main lines:
- Fostering home support for the elderly by strengthening prevention and coordination
- Supporting home care services in their continuous improvement approach
- Enhancing services offering by adapting them to the specific needs of elderly people.
Short Summary Following the “2002-2” and “August 13th 2004” Acts, the Alpes de Haute Provence have been developing for ten years actions with a focus on elderly people.
The departmental plan for elderly people 2008-2012, within this revised legislative framework, took strategic orientations to meet the elderly needs in the territory.
The department is involved in the process update of the plan within the context of population ageing and care-dependency increase. Therefore it aims to prepare convergence for the departmental policies towards both elderly and disabled people for the next departmental plan for Autonomy in 2018
After several postponements, the “adaptation of society to the ageing of the population” Act has been adopted on December 28th 2015.
The Act is based on three inseparable pillars: anticipation, adaptation of society and support for people facing a loss of autonomy, and notably provides for an increase in the thresholds for the personalized independent-living allowance (APA - allocation personnalisée d’autonomie).

Within this legislative framework, the Departmental Assembly wanted a transitory plan for 2015-2017 permitting to draw up an “autonomy” plan in 2018 which will coordinate the departmental policies towards both disabled and elderly people.
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