The OSE was designated relay of the national support hotline for people with disabilities and their caregivers, in the context of the COVID-19 crisis.
The Regional Health Authority and the City of Paris have appointed the OSE to be the relay throughout Paris for the national hotline for people with disabilities and their family caregivers in difficulty or without immediate solution in the context of the health crisis and its consequences.
Relying on our PHARE respite platform, the team is made up of pathway counselors together with social action experts, psychologists and medical professionals. The coordination of this team is ensured by Sophie Kharouby – Director of our PHARE respite platform.
Since Monday June 22, the national hotline aims to put callers in touch directly with support actors near them, who coordinate themselves in order to provide them with appropriate solutions.
Also accessible to hearing impaired people, this device offers the following solutions:
> Assistance in resuming care and support interrupted during the lockdown;
> Respite or relay solutions at home for family caregivers;
> Reinforced support for more complex needs or for problems aggravated by the crisis.
The team, in conjunction with the Departmental House of Handicapped Persons of Paris (MDPH), will mobilize all the skills of those involved in supporting the community, united to build solutions with families, and respond to the needs generated by the health crisis in order to offer:
> Access to healthcare;
> Respite solutions;
> Reinforced support in the event of a complex situation;
> Support for children with disabilities entrusted to Social Assistance to Children Authority (ASE).
The OSE was chosen for an inclusive housing project for our seniors in Sarcelles.
The Ile-de-France Regional Health Agency has just published for the Val d’Oise the result of a tender for Inclusive Housing for the Elderly and Disabled.
We share with you the great pride to see the OSE project selected following a selection process initiated in January 2020. Our project will be deployed in the city of Sarcelles, as part of a partnership with the social housing branch of the “Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations” (Deposits and Consignments Fund).
Inclusive housing is a form of collective accommodation in very small units or individual accomodation, with collective services. This is a complementary or alternative offer, depending on the situation, to residential establishments for the elderly.
We welcome this new innovative project and we congratulate our teams for working towards its realization, as well as our institutional partners for the confidence they place in us.