SAAM at ISPO 2018, Slovenia

Preliminary results from a study on the technology use among older people after lower limb amputation were presented at the ISPO 2018 Conference.


Experts share SAAM at Webit 2018

We are happy to share that some of our experts visited the 10th edition of the tech and digital policy event in Europe - Webit 2018. At the event itself our partners from Scale Focus AD had the opportunity to share information with some of the participating community about our Supporting Active Ageing through multimodal coaching project.


SAAM in Japan and Denmark

The SAAM team will be visiting colleagues in the cities of Tokyo, Kyoto, and Kanazawa in Japan and government agencies and research colleagues in Copenhagen and Odense, Denmark the last week of June and the first week of July. If you are a colleague in Denmark or Japan and would like to meet with the SAAM team around those dates, drop us an email.


Ethics in SAAM

How are we addressing our research subjects rights and privacy concerns? Our adopted approach on ethics is to constantly monitor and discuss within the Consortium what the ethics issues and considerations are. Ethics is also continuously discussed with EAB members. Ethics risks are also managed externally through submission of applications for ethical clearance at the national level, where applicable.


Three generations together in the digital world

Representatives of three generations discussed the preservation of traditions and the detection of new challenges in the digital world at a forum Three Generation Together in the Digital World, hosted by the University of Ruse on 12th May 2018. The forum served both to present priorities in the field of digitisation at European and national level and as a platform for networking by stakeholders.


Fostering Active & Healthy Ageing

Challenges and opportunities raised by the demographic transition in the EU, the silver economy as a driver for economic growth, how to pre-empt risks linked to an ageing population. These were some of the main issues discussed at the symposium Fostering Active & Healthy Ageing: Harnessing the Demographic Transition in the EU which was held on 18th January 2018 in Brussels, Belgium.


Info Day on AAL

An important tool to get ITC technology to help older people is the EU Active and Assisted Living (AAL) Programme. It is set to bring new ICT-based products, solutions and service concepts onto the market. The program is an excellent opportunity to ensure sustainability by bringing to market some of SAAM results after its completion.