Optimal Aging – Joint Eshel Work Plan 2023 – Executive summary
2023 is the third year of the Joint-Eshel 11th strategic plan.
In its center and together with government bureaus and relevant organizations we find the following goals:
- Establishing the National School for Optimal Aging and launching its first year of activity.
- Experience operating large scale pilots
- Assisting the government in defining aging goals for optimal aging, integrating the indicators and goals within government work plans.
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