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e-news December 2020

What does a post-COVID-19 world look like, and where does Integrated Community Care fit in? 
While the future remains uncertain, this Insights Paper presents 4 future scenarios for how our society may respond to the pandemic and how ICC can help us to overcome challenges and address health and care needs in a post-COVID-19 world. 
These scenarios have been deepened with a group of experts from the ICC community. Next, we would like you to reflect on these scenarios and see how they apply to your work in ICC.
Download the Insights Paper
New: ICC Approaches & Case Studies

Kinder Communities (UK) is an approach that reinforces kindness, inclusion and participation in the community, transforming lives of all people, not only the carers and people in need.

FOTON, Together for a Dementia Friendly Bruges (BE), takes a whole-society approach: schools, associations, cultural organisations, and the local economy can all play a role in ensuring quality of life for those with dementia.

CoFoR is a Recovery Training Center that assists people in exploring their capacities and developing their skills and supports them to achieve their goals and ambitions. (FR)
 

Habitat Microaree in Trieste, a Caring City (IT), promotes community development through matching at a ‘micro’ level the demand for services with the available public and/or private resources, thus reinforcing the active participation and resilience of citizens in addressing social and health needs.

Check out our latest video on ICC's seven principles!
 
We spoke with experts from the field to hear about what Integrated Community Care meant to them and how they see it operationalised in their communities and through their work. We expect to release some stand-alone interviews that reinforce ICC's momentum internationally and how it is contextualised locally. 
Blog post: Compassionate Communities as a response to the limitations of palliative care
Compassionate Communities have been developed to fill in the gap when there is no professional or health service contact. In this blog post, Luc Deliens, Professor of Pallative Care Research at Ghent University and the Free University of Brussels (VUB), shares his thoughts on how compassionate communities can address the needs of those experiencing serious illness and chronic disease, providing quality end-of-life care. 
Read more
Starting the Transition Towards Integrated Community Care 4all, by Tinne Vandensande, King Baudouin Foundation.
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Have you heard? 
The Transnational Forum on Integrated Community Care has been recognized as one the finalists for the European Social Services Awards 2020!
               
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