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14/09/2009

An chomh-thuarascail um chosaint shoisialta agus um chuimsiu soisialta 2009 – achoimre: Cuimsiu soisialta, pinsin, curam slainte agus curam fadtearmach  (14/09/2009)

Catalóg N. : KE-31-09-121-GA-C

Soláthraíonn an bhileog eolais seo achoimre ar an gComh-Thuarascáil um Chosaint Shóisialta agus um Chuimsiú Sóisialta 2009. Bunaithe ar thuarascálacha na Stráitéise Náisiúnta ina leagtar amach na tosaíochtaí náisiúnta do chosaint shóisialta agus do chuimsiú sóisialta, cuireann an bhileog eolais cuntas ar fail ina bpléitear príomh-threochtaí an Aontais Eorpaigh agus na príomh-threochtaí ar leibhéil náisiúnta sna réimsí seo. Tá an foilseachán seo ar fáil i bhformáid chlóite i dteangacha oifigiúla uile an AE.

13/10/2008

Long-term Care in the European Union  (13/10/2008)

Catalóg N. : KE-81-08-364-EN-C

National authorities are examining different ways of addressing the expected growth in demand for long-term care services. This will come at a time when the number of working age women and men, able to provide informal care will decrease just as the number of dependent elderly persons increases. In addition, the trend towards smaller families and rise in incidences of single parent families reduce the pool of people able to provide informal care. There is general agreement that providing LTC in a home or residential setting rather than institutional care is the preferred option of LTC recipients. In order to meet the increased demand, Member States will need to: Tackle the expected shortfall in qualified LTC staff; Develop a sustainable mix of public and private sources of finance; Ensure effective coordination within various long-term care systems; andiImplement in practice the principle of universal access to long-term care. This publication is available in printed format in English, French and German and in electronic format in all other EU official languages.

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