The Cultural Welfare Pool has published their goals for the regional elections
Cultural well-being is part of the ongoing social and health care reform as part of promoting the well-being, health and inclusion of people of all ages. Regional councilors have influence in the use of culture's opportunities and research information in the prevention, treatment and coping with diseases and health problems.
The Cultural Welfare Pool has published four goals for the
1. Hiring trained cultural welfare professionals for the
overall social and health benefits of clients and staff.
2. Reducing well-being and health risk factors will ensure
adequate resources and reduce inequalities in well-being and health.
3. New ideas in management and in customer and service
guidance create a new culture of doing things. The availability of services
4. Art as part of social and health care sector's buildings
creates comfortable and recovery-friendly environments.