Örebro Municipality (SE), found within AER member region Örebro (SE), is seeking partners from Latvia and Estonia to join a project proposal within the Interreg Central Baltic Programme under Priority 4.1. The project will develop new methods for effectively serving the elderly and people with disabilities, forging durable relationships between public authorities and civil society organisations.
As populations age, public authorities face new challenges in providing the care and supporting their citizens need. Örebro (SE) is looking for creative solutions to overcome these challenges. Their project will focus on developing a rehabilitative working method that:
Empowers citizens to set goals for their own care
Establishes civil society organisations and citizens as equal actors and facilitates cross-professional cooperation
Incorporates all aspects of daily life into rehabilitation
While developing and testing the working method, partners will alter welfare techniques, reorganise care, redistribute competences among actors, and change the steering system. Throughout the project, partners will share their knowledge and experience to bring about sustainable care and prevention.
If you are a local, regional or national organisation in Latvia or Estonia interested in building up the independence and self-sufficiency of elderly and disabled citizens, this project is for you!
Reach out to the AER Secretariat by November 10 at the latest if you are interested in learning more.
Phone: +32 2 400 10 52
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