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Elderly Care Home Incident: Bail Granted to Accused Carer

The accused carer in the elderly care home incident in Famagusta, involving the beating of 100yearold resident Saban Disko, was granted bail for 70,000TL with two guarantors pledging 300,000TL, raising concerns about elder care standards. The incident’s legal proceedings in Famagusta, unfolding before judge Aysu Cakan Alakan, have shed light on the vulnerability of the elderly in care facilities, prompting calls for enhanced care practices and a reexamination of care home standards.

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Christodoulides Unveils Strategic Initiatives for Elderly Care in Cyprus

President Nikos Christodoulides has revealed a series of initiatives to improve elderly care in Cyprus, including a national strategy for active aging, prompt payment of pensions, an overhaul of the pension system, specialized public transport services for the elderly, and a strengthened social protection network. These measures aim to enhance the welfare and quality of life for the elderly population in Cyprus, ensuring they receive the support and services they need.

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Fostering Dignity and Inclusion: The National Action Plan for the Elderly

The National Action Plan for the Elderly aims to enhance the quality of life and societal inclusion for senior citizens, championing their rights, wellbeing, and active participation in society. Through a collaborative effort across multiple ministries and engagement with NGOs and good practices from other countries, the plan seeks to ensure a dignified and opportunityrich third age for the aging population.

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