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European network AgeingWell to improve the quality of life of older persons by promoting the market uptake of ICT solutions for Ageing well

Europeans are living longer than ever thanks to economic growth and advances in health care, and ICT & Ageing well solutions have proved to be essential tools for improving quality of life of the ageing population. Relevant initiatives are being developed at European, National and Regional, but they are still largely working in isolation. The aim of the AgeingWell network is therefore to create a community whose objective is to bring together key national and regional initiatives in the field of ICT for Ageing well, and improve the communication and cooperation between them with a view to develop guidelines for deployment of such ICT & Ageing solutions, share good practices, and disseminate information to all the stakeholders across Europe, but also strengthen the dialogue with the Investment Community. The aim of the AgeingWell Network is to build and animate a European network focused on improving the quality of life of older persons by promoting the market uptake of ICT solutions for Ageing well.

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To achieve its aim, the following five main objectives of the AgeingWell project are:
- Develop guidelines for deployment and sharing of best practice between key competence centres;
- Build an ICT for Ageing Knowledge Centre with the aim to share the results with the Ageing Well Community;
- Develop an ICT for Ageing Society Strategic Agenda, with the aim of providing a study on options for future structure and implementation of EU innovation funding;
- Promote the European innovation reinforcement between innovative ICT industries & Ageing (in particular SMEs) and Venture Capital firms, Business Angels and other;
- Raise awareness within the European community of ICT & Ageing stakeholders through soft measures (web-based communication), and hard measures (organization of 3 international events and 11 national events).

Please see the project Newsletters in attachment.

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