InCARE launches two publications on social innovation in long-term care.
In support of policy-makers and organisational stakeholders that wish to engage directly in the implementation of social innovation initiatives in LTC, the InCARE project team has derived the key lessons arising from a decade of European experiences – with a focus on doing rather than analysing social innovation –, suggesting a common narrative for change across Europe.
The approach to social innovation in long-term care that underpins InCARE recommendations and all project activities is presented in detail in InCARE Short Report No.1 and summarised in InCARE Policy Brief No 1.
The InCARE project aims to promote participatory, innovative and integrated approaches to long-term care policy and service development. InCARE emphasises four key aspects for system sustainability and innovation capacity: multi-stakeholder cooperation, community engagement, evidence-based decision-making, and capacity building through mutual learning. Visit the website to get to know more about the project.