Caregivers’ role on ICT for AFE | A recommended list of actions is now available

The final results of Collaborative Work between members of Action Groups D4 and C2 of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP-AHA) – Caregivers’ role on ICT for AFE is now available.  This joint collaboration started in February 2018 with a common vision shared during the C2 Action Group parallel session of EIP-AHA Conference of Partners, in Brussels. During April and August 2018 the interested partners of both Action Groups worked together and delivered the first outcome of this sprint – Green Paper | Four-step list of actions to maximize the engagement of caregivers at all stages of ICT life cycle and exploitation.

This document was presented, discussed and improved in during the AAL Forum 2018, as starting point for an online open consultation between September and November 2018 on practices and policy recommendations to strengthen the engagement of caregivers in the development process of ICT-based solutions for AFE. The outcomes collected were crucial to achieve the final outcome, which is now free available for consultation – White Paper | A recommended list of actions to maximize the engagement of caregivers at all stages of ICT life cycle and exploitation. The document is also available on EIP-AHA official portal in D4 and C2Action Groups sections.

The main objective of this Collaborative Work is to develop a four-step list of actions to be addressed during the life cycle of ICT development projects in order to maximize the engagement of caregivers at all stages of development until the product reaches the market and that can be used by different stakeholders during the development of new technological solutions and the validation of corresponding business models.


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