Parallel Track Programme

TRACKS

TRACK A: WELLBEING & CARE OF OLDER ADULTS WITH CHRONIC CONDITIONS

Chair: Geja Langerveld

Session A1 – The role and needs of informal carers in AAL

Session A2 – Physical and mental wellbeing and care for older adults with cognitive impairments and their relatives and carers

Session A3 – Self management of physical activity and mental wellbeing for older adults with chronic conditions

Session A4 – “Pecha Kucha”: networking for learning and partnership

Session A5 – Gaps and issues for future development in AAL

TRACK B: SOCIAL INTERACTION

Chair: Gerda Geyer

Session B1 – Social Interaction – Focus on Gender Differences and Rural / Urban Areas

Session B2 – Social Interaction – Focus on Social Community Networks and ICT-based Services

Session B3 – How can end-users inform the development of a business plan?

Session B4 – Methods of End-use Involvement in the Field of Social Interaction and Related Ethical Issues

Session B5 – Social Interaction of Older Persons in 2035  

TRACK C: INDEPENDENCE & PARTICIPATION IN THE SELF-SERVE

SOCIETY´

Chair:  Reiner Wichert

Session C1 – Taking part in the self-serve society

Session C2 – User interfaces and User interaction

Session C3 – Self-services in daily living

Session C4 – Speakers Corner

Session C5 – Panel discussion  

TRACK D: FUTURE CALLS

Chair: Hartmut Strese

Session D1 – Open Session AAL Topics

Session D2 – Information, Learning, User Interfaces

Session D3 – Home Care (informal and professional care)

Session D4 – Primary prevention

Session D5 – AAL at Work  

TRACK E: EUROPEAN POLICIES FOR AGEING WELL IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT

Chair: Sofia Moreno

Session E1 – A global vision on ageing. Policies, programs and expectatiions around the world

Session E2 – European ageing-related policies

Session E3 – The experience from ageing related initiatives in the European Regions

Session E4 – Getting Older in south Europe

Session E5 – Social innovation in active and healthy ageing

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