SpONSOR project was present during the AAL Forum 2016 in St Gallen (CH) which took place 26-28 September. The project also organised a workshop “Key avenues and challenges for supporting elderly occupation”.
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On April 13th 2016, LIST, the Luxembourg SpONSOR partner, hosted a meeting with the national volunteering agency. This meeting was the opportunity to present the SpONSOR objectives, components, functionalities and evolution perspectives. A review of the agency technical platform used to manage NGOs registrations and volunteering offers allowed to identify multiple possible synergies. An extended […]
On April 19th 2016, the CNR-ISTC partner represented by Gabriella Cortellessa and Riccardo De Benedictis visited the Televita association in Rome, Italy. Televita members were already approached and interviewed at the beginning of the project to elicit User Requirements. During this meeting Televita confirmed its interest in actively participating at building a consistent pilot for […]
On April 6th 2016, together with the SpONSOR project coordinator, Dr. Djamel Khadraoui of the Luxemburg Institute of Science and Technology, the Swiss partners of the SpONSOR consortium, represented by Daniel Baumann of the Swiss Foundation of Rehabilitation Technology, Pierre Rossel of Coherent Streams Sàrl and Abdelaziz Khadraoui of the University of Geneva visited the […]
On the 16th and17th of February 2016, the SpONSOR partners gathered in Rome for intensive working sessions, hold at ISTC-CNR premises.
Interesting program of the French TV france2 about the work of seniors. “Continuing to work even at the age of retirement is now a fashionable phenomenon. To stay dynamic, for the sake of not leaving a fulfilling job or to maintain social ties, many seniors have chosen to stay active. For others, it is a […]
The AAL Association will organize an INFO DAY on Tuesday, 8 March 2016 to inform the European community about the next call topic of the AAL Programme: “Living well with dementia – The contribution of ICT to integrated solutions for enabling the wellbeing of people living with dementia and their communities” – See more at: […]
The call for Reference Sites of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing is open.
Reference sites are “ecosystems which comprise different players, including regional and/or local authorities, cities, integrated hospitals/care organisations, industry organisations, SMEs and/or start-ups, research and innovation organisations, that jointly implement a comprehensive, innovation-based approach to active and healthy ageing, and can give evidence and concrete illustrations of the impact of such approaches on the ground”. The […]