Ageing better IN real LIFE!
Madrid, 17 January 2018
09.00-14.00
UNIVERSIDAD POLITÉCNICA DE MADRID
Technology enabled strategies and tools for supporting older adults living in the community.
On average people in Europe live longer than just one generation ago. The challenge for Europe is to make sure that older adults live those additional years in the best possible condition. For most of them, this means living in own homes or at least in community settings, supported on an “as needs”-basis by informal and formal caregivers. If introduced appropriately in real life, technology can be a precious ally in making the life experience while ageing of higher quality compared to a situation without technology: more independent, safer, socially connected and with better and sustainable integrated care. This holds true in particular for persons with mild cognitive impairment and dementia. The IN LIFE project has developed strategies and tools in different areas of independence for older adults with mild cognitive impairment and different stages of dementia. The project has aimed to prolong and support their independent living through interoperable, open, personalised and seamless ICT solutions that support home activities, communication, health maintenance, travel, mobility and socialisation tasks. In this workshop, the Consortium will present the results and discuss the outcomes of the project with representative stakeholders: older adults, informal caregivers, service providers, clinicians, industry, policy makers and researchers. Demos of the developed systems and services will be available.
Organisation: UNIVERSIDAD POLITÉCNICA DE MADRID, CRTM & AAATE
The official language of the workshop is English, but translation into Spanish is provided.
Programme updates will be regularly posted on the project website http://www.inlife-project.eu/
Participation is free of charge, but registration is requested

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