[Newsletter] “Challenges ahead”, “The Robinson Nursing Home obtains the Humanitude Certification”, “Aurore Bergé secures a legislative roadmap for 2024”, “What you need to know about new legislation in 2024”.
Between the backdrop of inflation and sector-wide staff shortages, 2023 was something of an annus horribilis for the elderly care sector, and it cannot be denied that the accumulated challenges of recent years continue to weigh upon our collective organizations and the daily lives of those we care for.
The award ceremony for the Humanitude 2023 Label, which is attributed by the Asshumevie association, was held on 7 November. Among the recipients was Colisée’s Maison Robinson care home in Digoin – in this month’s issue, we take a look at the work that goes into obtaining the Humanitude certification and the values associated with this initiative.
Following an announcement by Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne, the Minister for Solidarity and Family, Aurore Bergé, introduced a new article into her “Ageing Well” bill – setting a deadline for the presentation of an Elderly Care Planning Act in 2024. We take a closer look at this new tool and what its arrival means for the sector.
Two major pieces of legislation were passed by France’s National Assembly this year: the Presidential majority’s bill on “Ageing Well”, and the proposed Social Security budget for 2024. We unpack what each of these texts holds in store for the elderly care sector.