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Le diagnostic action territorial environnement longévité (Datel) : un diagnostic territorial pour construire un avenir commun avec les aînés

Abstract : The territorial structure is such that it is necessary to go through a step of diagnosis. Ageing must be apprehended in all its aspects, but the multiplicity of actors involved prevents the local powers from getting a comprehensive vision of the stakes and from implementing the adequate policies. The gerontopôle of “Pays de Loire” has developed an original method of diagnosis consisting in a comprehensive approach so called DATEL (diagnosis for territorial action environment and longevity). It is based on three aspects: an analysis of the geographical areas, a diagnosis shared by citizens and local councilors according to the Vancouver method, and a prospective review of the medico-social and health situation which integrates all services and forces at work and their potential demographic evolution. This DATEL aims to give local politicians the means to take well-informed decisions that will sustain the rapid demographic evolution of the ageing population and will maintain a good quality of life for our elders.
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Pierre-Marie Chapon, Christian Pihet, Franck Jahan, Basile Michel, Anne-Laure Riobé, et al.. Le diagnostic action territorial environnement longévité (Datel) : un diagnostic territorial pour construire un avenir commun avec les aînés. Gériatrie et Psychologie Neuropsychiatrie du Vieillissement, John Libbey Eurotext, 2012, 10 (2), pp.123-127. ⟨10.1684/pnv.2012.0345⟩. ⟨halshs-02054419⟩

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