This report examines to what extent innovative approaches to social protection against the risk of lon
Caring for older people at home
Implementation report on the Commission Communication on a European initiative on Alzheimer's disease and other dementias
Taking care of the elderly and promoting home care means supporting individuals in their ongoing personal objectives, taking into account the vulnerability and possible loss of autonomy, as well as the resources available to continue to gain and understanding challenges and possibilities of future.
Published by the European Observatory of Health Systems and Policies - WHO in 2013.
The book contains detailed case studies on home care regimes across Europe.
Published by WHO in 2012
This book, consisting of two volumes, is the result of the EURHOMAP (Mapping Professional Home Care in Europe) study that was carried out from 2008 until 2010.
Most informal carers are either of working age or older people themselves providing care to their d
Supporting the elderly subjects, through interventions of home care and long term care means “taking care” of each ones, valuing identity and personal history and forming respect for human dignity. With the construction of consistent and reciprocal ties it is possible to cross boundaries of personal identity which expands the opportunities for inclusion and integration.
Financial remuneration for care responsibilities is seen as the most useful government contribution to help carers