Towards User-centered Funding Models for long term care

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The goal of this project is to help public authorities to implement user-centred funding models. The project is also aimed at helping service users in long term care and support (LTCS) to move to these funding models, as well as their service providers. User-centred funding models can include Personal Budgets. A Personal budget is an amount of money which is provided to an person by the public authorities and the person can decide how to use it to cover their support needs. UNIC develops a TOOLBOX to help service users, service providers and mainly public authorities to implement a user-centred funding model in long-term care and support.


From global to local!

From global to local!

UNIC-project event on 1.11.2022 in Helsinki presented global and local actions towards user centered support and funding models as well as the UNIC-project and it´s tools to the Finnish ...
Belgian transferability workshop, 21 June 2022

Belgian transferability workshop, 21 June 2022

On Tuesday 21 June 2022 the first Belgian Transferability Workshop will take place online. The UNIC project is designed to develop tools to help service users, service providers, and public ...



The UNIC project and its website have received financial support from the European Union Programme for Employment and Social Innovation “EaSI” (2014-2020). For further information please consult: 


Grant Agreement Number VS/2020/0265

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