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The European Week of Active & Healthy Ageing is THE European networking & exchange platform for providing innovation support and inter-disciplinary cooperation for active & healthy ageing. 

The event brings together collaboration partners from around Europe, who have a stake in promoting & supporting healthy ageing to innovate new service models, such as in health & care, lifelong learning and employment.

The event will build on 10 years of legacy of the AAL Association’s AAL Forum, sharing knowledge and showcasing innovation at all levels in the active and healthy ageing sector.

Its second edition will take place between 18 and 21 October 2021, online, consisting of interactive workshops, discussions, plenary sessions, exhibitions and match-making activities. Have a look at the Agenda here.

This year, the event is promoted and sponsored by the AAL Programme, and it is organized in conjunction with the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region, Region member of the AAL Association. To make the event a truly international place for learning, networking and sharing the AAL Association has invited some of the key actors of ageing healthy and well in Europe and at the global level, such as the Joint Programming Initiative More Years, Better Lives (JPI MYBL) and the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region. 

NWE-Chance will hold a special session on 19 October 2021 at 10:00 CEST, on "Introducing digital solutions for hospitalisation@home". The sessions draws on their two years of progress with the Hospitalisation@Home project, that set out to develop and validate integrated eHealth applications for hospitalisation of heart failure patients at home. Find out more about their progress here.

 

For details and registration visit the official EWAHA website.

 

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Date : 18 - 21/10/2021 Time: 10:00 > 17:00

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