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Results of the 2019 Call for Caregiver Projects

Crédit Agricole Assurances’ 9th national Call for Caregiver Projects focused on three issues: young caregivers, caregivers and employment, and caregivers’ health. Ten applications were selected from the 112 received, for a total of €150,000 in funding.

Since 2010, more than 150 organisations have been supported in this way, receiving support worth over €2 million in total. For the second consecutive year, Crédit Agricole Assurances decided to focus its call for projects on three increasingly important issues associated with the provision of support for caregivers: young caregivers, caregivers and employment and caregivers’ health.

 

Projects supported this year

Caregivers and employment

  • Al’fa Repit Relais des aidants” (Loire Atlantique): training and corporate actions aimed at caregivers, focusing on encouraging them to voice their concerns and preserving their quality of life. 
  • “Centre national d’Information des Droits des Femmes et de la Famille CIDFF 67” (Bas-Rhin): collective information workshops seeking to promote sharing and reduce the isolation of caregivers.

 

Young caregivers

  • “D’une rive à l’autre” (Gironde): development of projects to provide moral support for young carers of autistic children, revolving around regular gatherings and activities.
  • “Handeo” (Paris): production of a practical awareness-raising guide to foster an improved understanding of young caregivers’ situations.
  • “Funambules” (Seine Saint-Denis): research project on the impacts of stigmatisation in the families of young caregivers dealing with schizophrenia.
  • “Oustal Mariposa” (Haute Garonne): identification of young carers in schools with a view to organising cinema-based respite breaks for them and training for the professionals who support them.

 

Caregivers’ health

  • Association de soutien à la Paralysie Supranucléaire Progressive (PSP) France” (Bouches-du-Rhône): identification of caregivers dealing with progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) in order to find out more about them, assess their difficulties and produce information and awareness tools for health professionals.
  • “Centre Hospitalier Le Vinatier” (Rhône): development of an application for the carers of people receiving psychiatric treatment.
  • Comité départemental d’Education pour la Santé du Gard” (Gard): assessment of the needs for access to healthcare and support schemes for caregivers living in priority neighbourhoods.
  • “UDAF 49” (Maine et Loire): development of a healthcare and prevention tool for caregivers, in tandem with measures to raise awareness about caregivers’ health among health professionals and within the medico-social sector.

 

The selection jury met on Friday 7 June 2019, comprising:

 

  • Elodie Corcuff (National Solidarity Fund for Autonomy - CNSA)
  • Jean-Pierre Aquino (gerontologist)
  • Franck Guichet (sociologist)
  • Clémentine Cabrières (Director of the French Caregivers Association - AFA)
  • Eric Campos (Head of Sustainable Development at Crédit Agricole SA)
  • Catherine Langlois (Sponsoring Manager at Crédit Agricole SA)
  • Virginie Perceveaux (Sponsoring Manager at the FNCA)
  • Caroline Nicaise (Head of Communication, Innovation and CSR at Crédit Agricole Assurances)
  • Frédérique Boulanger (Corporate Social Responsibility Manager at CAA)
  • Elise Bouteiller (Sponsoring Manager at CAA)
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