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National Council for the Elderly: proceedings of a Conference: Planning Health and Social Care Services for the Elderly: Implications of the Projected Increase in our Elderly Population (1999-2011): Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, 24th November 1995.

By National Council for the Elderly

Abstract

The National Council for the Elderly was established in January 1990 in succession to the\ud National Council for the Aged which began in June. 1981. The terms of reference of the\ud Council are:\ud To advise the Minister for Health of all aspects of ageing and the welfare of the elderly, either\ud of its own initiative or at the request of the Minister and in particular other .\ud measures to promote the health of the elderly,\ud Ihe implementation of the recommendations of the Report, The Year Ahead - A\ud Policy for the Elderly,\ud methods of ensuring co-operation between public bodies at national and local level in\ud lhe planning and provision of services for the elderly,\ud ways of encouraging greater partnership between statutory and voluntary bodies in\ud providing services or the elderly,\ud meeting Ihe needs of the most vulnerable elderly.\ud ways of encouraging positive attitudes to life after 65 years and the process of ageing.\ud ways of encouraging greater participation by elderly people in the life of lhe\ud community.\ud models of good practice in the care of the eiderly, and\ud action, based on research, required 10 plan and develop services for the elderly

Topics: OLDER PEOPLE, RESEARCH, HEALTH CARE, HEALTH SERVICES
Publisher: National Council for the Elderly
Year: 1995
OAI identifier: oai:www.lenus.ie:10147/559390

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