European Confederation of Care-Home Organizations (ECHO)
Confédération européenne des propriétaires de maisons de repos
1992-04-08 Brussels Belgium
8 Apr 1992, Brussels (Belgium). Registered in accordance with Belgian law. Also referred to as European Confederation of Care Home Organizations (ECHO).
Promote the dignity of private establishments for the elderly in European Union countries; support interests of members, their residents and staff, through dialogue with national governments, European Commission, media, social services, health authorities and other appropriate individuals and organizations; promote education and training of all working on care in private homes for the elderly; support and encourage practical means of developing and improving techniques and practices in these establishments.
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General Assembly (annual). Board, consisting of 2 representatives per member country (only one having right to vote), includes President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer.
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