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Sport: The CCAS of Saint-Paul lists vulnerable people (elderly, disabled or isolated)

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Le CCAS de Saint-Paul recense les personnes vulnérables (personnes âgées, handicapées ou isolées) © supplied by Zinfos The CCAS of Saint-Paul lists vulnerable people (elderly, disabled or isolated)

Vulnerable people (elderly, disabled or isolated) is essential for an effective and targeted intervention of social services in the event of triggering any emergency plan.

The Communal Center for Social Action (CCAS) of the town hall of Saint-Paul is responsible for identifying the persons concerned and ensuring the update of data in order to ensure regular follow-up; The CCAS therefore uses a register of vulnerable people to help fragile and/or isolated people in the event of exceptional risks (cyclones).

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This register of vulnerable people is nominative and confidential. It includes information relating to identity, age, address, telephone contact details and people to be warned in an emergency.

Who is affected by an inscription on the municipal register?

- Isolated people, weakened by age, handicap or a specific lifestyle.

- People aged 65 and over residents at home,

- people over the age of 60 recognized inappropriate for work and residents at home,

- Adults with disabilities resident at home

How to register?

Registration in the register is optional and requires a voluntary approach.

Registration can be carried out, either:

- by the person concerned or, if necessary, by its legal representative,

- by a third party (parent, attending physician, home help or care service, etc. )

To register, simply contact the CCAS

-By phone: 0262 45 76 45

-by email: [email protected]

-or by mail: Center Communal d'Action Sociale-19, rue Evariste de Parny BP73 97 862 Saint-Paul Cedex

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