Collaboration of Regional Ecosystems & Impact Investing in a Smart Health Deal for Dementia Support@Home

Active & Healthy Ageing – Dementia: Collaboration of Regional Ecosystems & Impact Investing in a Smart Health Deal for Dementia Support@Home

Mobile World Centre, Carrer de Fontanella 2, 08002 Barcelona - Tuesday 23rd February 2016 13.50h.

This session is jointly organised by Coral and ECHAlliance. Focus of the session is on the following challenge: How can we build a better evidence base and business case together across Europe to prioritise and increase the use of proven smart health solutions that support the needs of people with Dementia living independently in different “dementia friendly” regions across Europe? Special focus of interest is on the needs of people and their family who deal with mild cognitive impairment with a high risk of Dementia or coping with an early stage of Dementia. Time is up! Time for action.

Moderator: Astrid KAAG, Policy Officer at Province of Noord Brabant, Netherlands
Karina MARCUS
, Director at Active and Assisted Living (AAL) programme
Frans STRAVERS, Director International Business at TKH Care Solutions
Ian SAVAGE
, Director at CDS Consulting and Facilitator of the Active Ageing Collaborative Network of Northern Ireland
Cornelis HAMMEN
, Member at VBOB elderly organisation
Matthijs  OOSTLANDER
, Social Business Analyst at SHAERPA Fund Management
Marielle SWINKELS
, Strategic Advisor Programme Smart Health & Coral at Province of Noord Brabant, Netherlands

More information at: https://echalliance.com/events/64

Two short video impressions from the Dementia Deal session in Barcelona:
https://youtu.be/3QbLEUA5d8U

https://youtu.be/dLqWNaNKp6k

Photo impression from the whole Digital Health & Welness Summit including other sessions:

 

 

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