What we do

Our focus

Systemic changes

Inclusive cities, totally accessible environments, relational governance, proximity care, deinstitutionalisation, community-based support, independent life systems, integrated service care.

Fully-inclusive and accessible cities

The future is a society with totally universal services and with environments designed in a fully accessible way. This will guarantee that no service (social, health, housing, employment, education…) or environment (physical, communicative…) will ostracise people for reasons of vulnerability, disability, or through social exclusion factors.

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New relational governance

Social action needs organisations that can learn to innovate on the basis of consensus, participation and co-production among all stakeholders. Systemic changes call for a new public and private organisational structure in the design of solutions and in the management of responses. A new relational governance between the Administrations, civil society and the market.

Experiences

Reinforcing proximity care

The strengthening, extension and improvement of local primary and proximity social services as a gateway to the system for the coordination of responses and as a permanent reference point for citizens provides the cornerstone for constructing a more efficient and advanced social service system.

Experiences

Deinstitutionalisation and community-based support

Innovating today is about transitioning from a service model underpinned mainly by residences and facilities that are far removed from the community towards a system that invests mainly in human, community and technological support that make it possible for people to continue to live in their own home, district or neighbourhood, in their own environment.

Experiences

Independent life solutions

There are currently solutions that would enable all citizens without exception to participate actively in society while also maintaining their dignity, autonomy and independence, both at home and in the community, neighbourhood and in the association framework.

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Integrated service care

Putting the person at the centre means constructing an integrated care system, with a single gateway, a single reference professional and shared and interoperable data across all the organisations, services and agents involved in providing care to people: social, educational, healthcare, housing, employment…

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