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VII European Good Practice Day on Friendliness

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 Type: Conference
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 Location: Auditorio Museo Guggenheim. Bilbao

A new event organised by Euskadi Lagunkoia, the network of friendly municipalities in the Basque Country promoted by the Department of Equality, Justice and Social Policies of the Basque Government, which aims to encourage the participation of the elderly and citizens in general to improve neighbourhoods and environments in the municipalities of the Basque Country so that we can continue to live our lives as we get older.

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Older people's participation as a right: experiences of good practice

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 Type: Conference
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 Location: Online

Participation is a right and a tool that people have not only to promote and influence the democratic health of the country and its institutions, but also to take part in those elements that affect people's lives and improve certain elements of their own well-being.

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Zaharrak gara eta libre

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This Friday we are taking part in a round table entitled "Zaharrak gara eta libre" (We are old and free), which forms part of the cycle of conferences on care organised by Usurbil Town Council and Emagin Elkartea.

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Supporting preferences that involve risks

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 Type: Webinar
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 Location: Online

The development of care approaches centred on people's wishes and autonomy entails the need for resources and strategies that promote it. At Matia and ACP Gerontology we wanted to contribute to the establishment of good practices applicable either in the home or in social and healthcare centres, with the publication of two new materials that are part of the project "Routes for the Advancement of Person-Centred Care". 

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I want to decide about my life, do you know how to support me?

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 Type: Webinar
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 Location: Online

The development of care approaches centred on people's wishes and autonomy entails the need for resources and strategies that promote it. From Matia and ACP Gerontology we wanted to contribute to the establishment of good practices applicable either at home or in social and health centres, with the publication of a material that is part of the project "Routes for the Advancement of Person-Centred Care".

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Society and dignified treatment of the elderly: Are we doing it right?

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 Type: Webinar
 Location: YouTube Live

 

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Health and mutrition best practices in Spain. Training visit

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 Location: Madrid

Meeting of experts organised by Dedoreon and AGEVida dedicated to the presentation of good practices on health and nutrition. At Matia Instituto we have contributed our experience and the results that we have been observing after the implementation of a menu of good practices in several of our centres.

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