In the field of Long-term Care, the Federal Ministry of Health is responsible for the legislative process: the drawing up and monitoring of bills of law and draft ordinances.

 
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The Second Bill to Strengthen Long-Term Care 

On 12th August 2015, the Federal Cabinet passed the Second Bill to Strengthen Long-Term Care.

 
Photo: Hermann Gröhe is interviewed by a reporter

WHO Conference: Global Action Against Dementia 

Minister Hermann Gröhe: "We need to improve the situation for persons with dementia."

 
Photo: Group photo - Alliance for people with dementia

Alliance for people with dementia 

The Alliance for People with Dementia is an initiative of the German Federal Government and part of the Demographic Strategy.

 
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First Act to Strengthen Long-term Care 

Federal Minister of Health Gröhe: "We have put together a good package of benefits for persons with care needs and their family caregivers"

 
A young woman holds the hand of an elder woman

Long-term Care 

In the field of Long-term Care, the Federal Ministry of Health is responsible for the legislative process.

 
logo of the campaign "Every Age counts"

The Fed­er­al Gov­ern­ment’s de­mo­graph­ic strat­e­gy 

Demographic change will have a more profound impact on Germany.