Homemodels of care

models of care

The present and the future of long-term care

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 Location: Vitoria-Gasteiz

Conference as part of the series of talks "New reality, new rights, new solutions" organised by the Association 'Por una vida digna'. Our colleague and researcher at Matia Instituto, Nerea Etxaniz, will talk about the "Present and future of dependency care". 

The event will take place this Thursday, 4 November, at the Fundación Vital lecture hall (Vitoria-Gasteiz).

Professionals

"Management of Residential Centres in times of uncertainty: learnings and keys for moving forward".

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 Location: Online o presencial (Ciudad Real - Valdepeñas)

Spain is one of the developed countries most affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and one of the worst performers in terms of the number of deaths in care homes. Between March and August 2020, at least half of the people who died in Spain with covid-19 or compatible symptomatology died in these centres, which in 2019 were the habitual residence of more than three hundred thousand people. 

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Other Professionals

The challenges of Alzheimer and dementias

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 Location: Madrid

To call for a political commitment to make Alzheimer's a strategic priority in the scientific, health and care fields, and to prioritise research as the only way to beat the disease, we are organising, together with the Spanish Neurology Society (SEN), the Spanish Alzheimer's Confederation (CEAFA), the Matia Foundation and HelpAge, the event "The challenges of Alzheimer's and dementias" in the Congress of Deputies this coming Monday, 13 September, at 10 am, in the Ernest Lluch Room.

Professionals

Models of intervention in social exclusion

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 Location: Donostia-San Sebastián

The course is aimed at people -professionals and volunteers- who work in the field of direct intervention with people in a situation or at risk of social exclusion. The aim of this course is to lay the theoretical foundations of intervention in the field of social exclusion from the social services, based on the models of quality of life and person-centred care.

Professionals

XIII LARES National Congress

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 Location: Madrid

Congress that brings together in Madrid more than 300 professionals in the field of dependency care, in which, among other things, they will talk about care and good treatment, with Mayte Sancho, Director of Planning at Matia Fundazioa, sharing a table with Pilar Rodríguez Rodríguez Rodríguez, president of Fundación Pilares, and Teresa Martínez to talk about care and person-centred care.

Professionals

Cycle: Nursing and Progress

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 Location: Donostia-San Sebastián

Society is constantly evolving, presenting new needs that professionals must face. What is the 21st century patient like? Is the profession prepared for new changes? To what extent can public bodies help to respond to these new needs?

These are some of the questions that will be addressed in the 2nd session of the Nursing and Progress Cycle promoted by the Faculty of Nursing of the University of Navarra, in which a group of directors of nursing will debate at a round table on the new dynamics arising between nursing professionals and society in the 21st century.

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Other Professionals

XXV day about Alzheimer

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 Location: Vitoria-Gasteiz

With the slogan "The missing piece is you", family members and professionals will meet at the Artium Museum Centre Auditorium (Vitoria-Gasteiz) to take part in an interesting conference on the occasion of the next World Alzheimer's Day. Admission is free until full capacity is reached.

Professionals

Regional Policy Dialogue: Pillars of Support for Dependency. How to build a care system

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 Location: Washington, D.C.

Latin America and the Caribbean is the fastest ageing region in the world. This creates opportunities to improve the quality of life of older adults, create new jobs for caregivers, promote gender equity and reduce healthcare costs, among others. At the same time, it brings with it important challenges, including the need for financial protection (pensions), and access to quality health services and support for people with functional dependency.

Professionals

Course: Person-Centred Care Integration of knowledge and improvement of social and health care services.

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 Location: Cuenca

The progressive increase of people in a situation of vulnerability AND dependency in today's developed societies and more specifically in rural areas such as the province of Cuenca where, due to depopulation, the elderly are becoming lonely and in need in their own homes or in senior citizen centres or centres especially for people with some kind of disability, has become a problem with an important economic and social dimension that must be tackled by the different administrations through appropriate and efficient public policies.

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