This new report presents the methodology and the activities organised in the framework of the…
Based on the experience and lessons learnt from the pilot implementation, this Policy Brief summarizes some key points about sustainability and potential for scale-up. This publication discusses the results according to the seven project implementation indicators that were developed in line with the Austrian Theory of Change workshop:
- Local stakeholders can access the same information about options to receive care and support all over the district.
- People with care and support needs and their social networks can easily access timely information about options to receive care support all over the district.
- Care users have a choice in the type of care that reflects their preference.
- Older people with care and support needs can access tailored care and support at the right time and place.
- Older people with care and support needs have a high quality of life.
- Women [and men] who provide care work (formally and/or informally) experience relief.
- Women [and men] who provide care work (formally and/or informally) can provide quality care.
Read the Policy Brief here.