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Age and change : models of involvement for older people / CARTER,Tony ; BERESFORD, Peter.
York : Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2000, x, 45 p. (21-06-2006)
Format de fichier : Adobe Acrobat PDF
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Mots-clés principaux
Participation sociale
Personne âgée
Communauté ethnoculturelle
Comportement social
Lien social
Vie sociale

Résumé :

This report examines a range of different but overlapping forms or models of involvement that have been developed to involve older people. These include:
1 advocacy and information
2 forums
3 user panels
4 consultation
5 user/pensioners' groups
6 user-led services
7 direct payments
8 networks
9 campaigning and direct action
10 initiatives in other countries

Each approach has its strengths and weaknesses. Some work better in some circumstances and for particular purposes than others. But involvement is not just a matter of using different forms or techniques. It needs to be put in political, policy and personal context. Then we can get a clearer idea of what to expect from different forms and models of involvement and how to get the most out of them. To help do this, the report first looks at a number of key issues affecting the nature and effectiveness of involvement. Two helpful distinctions which emerge are between different philosophical approaches to involvement: consumerist and democratic approaches; and different sources for involvement: agency-led and user/older people-led initiatives. Again, each of these has its strengths and weaknesses. The issues explored in this part of the report include:
* current government and other initiatives for involving older people
* the background to involvement
* different approaches to/philosophies of involvement
* key components for effective involvement
* who and what involvement is actually for
* who controls involvement
* what we should expect from involvement
* issues of inclusion.

Langue : Anglais
Doc n° : 18809 ISBN / ISSN : 1902633814
NumRec : 1880903


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