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Older people shaping policy and practice / Joseph Rowntree Foundation. Older People's Research Programme.
York : Joseph Rowntree Foundation;York publishing, 2004, 86 p.

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Mots-clés principaux
:
Enquête
Personne âgée
Angleterre
Recherche
Qualité de vie
Participation sociale
Besoins non comblés
Droits
Autonomie
Finances personnelles
Représentation de la vieillesse
commission d'accès à l'information
Projet de recherche

Mots-clés secondaires : Âgisme

Résumé :

This report is a programme overview of 17 funded projects within the Joseph Rowntree Foundation's Older People's Research Programme (2000­2004).The Joseph Rowntree Foundation's Older People's Research Programme was developed with and by older people themselves (in the Older People's Steering Group) working with officers, researchers and policy advisers. All too often there has been an unequal partnership between older people and professionals in shaping agendas. Rather than focusing on the views of professional researchers and planners about what needs to be done, the programme began with (and has persisted with) the priorities defined by older people. This has produced 18 completed projects (searching out issues) and a further nine ongoing projects (looking to bring about changes from the programme's findings). This report summarises the key themes from the 18 search projects. There are two key strands within the projects and these are highlighted in the report. The first strand is the rich picture that comes through the 18 projects about older people's lives. The second is the story of the way the programme itself developed, and the central involvement of older people in shaping the programme.

Langue : Anglais
Type d'ouvrage AQESSS : R
Doc n° : 18186 ISBN / ISSN : 1859352456
NumRec : 1818603
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