How to support the development of national long-term care policy and care services at local and regional level? The InCARE project will contribute to the design of a coherent and coordinated approach by establishing socially innovative and participatory decision-making processes.
Started in November 2020 for a duration of three years, InCARE works with care users, care provider organisations and policy-makers in Spain, Austria and North Macedonia to design, implement and scale-up innovative care services, with the ultimate goal of improving the well-being of older people and their families and increase their access to adequate and affordable care. Eurocarers is one the partners of the project, responsible for dissemination.
From today on, detailed information on the project’s aims, partners and achievements is available on a dedicated website. You will find online a presentation of the formative research and the national pilots planned, and access to InCARE publications.
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.