Outcome of the WeDO Project: the European Quality framework for long-term care services

On 14 November 2012, AGE Platform Europe together with 18 partners from 12 European countries launched in the European Parliament the European Quality framework for long-term care services. This document is one of the main results from the WeDO Project, a European Partnership for the wellbeing and dignity of older people (2010-2012), awarded by the European Commission DG EMPL call for proposal for a pilot project on preventing elder abuse. The project builds on the results from the EUSTACEA project (2008-2010) which developed a European Charter of the rights and responsibilities of older people in need of care and assistance.

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