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dmdPost - Aide à la dépendance : le numérique s’installe à domicile

dmdPost - Aide à la dépendance : le numérique s’installe à domicile | CARER+ | Scoop.it

Vieillissement de la population, augmentation des maladies chroniques, souhait des personnes âgées de rester le plus longtemps possible chez elles, volonté politique de réduire les séjours hospitaliers… les arguments en faveur de la e-santé à domicile ne manquent pas. Avec le numérique, les moyens pour y parvenir ne cessent de se développer. Visite guidée.

 

 


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Domiciliary home care costs rise in Scotland - NL Group

Domiciliary home care costs rise in Scotland - NL Group | CARER+ | Scoop.it
The cost has been revealed to be £350 million for care at home between 2011 and 2012. Reasons for the rise have been given, and one of these is that more people are being helped with independent living and are therefore ...
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Can Technology-based Services support Long-term Care Challenges in Home Care? | EU Info Society News

Deployment and use of technological services for informal carers is still limited, mainly due to users' low digital skills, the lack of demonstrated business cases, and the poor evidence of the impact and sustainability of these services.

 

The CARICT project aimed to collect evidence-based results on the impact of ICT-enabled domiciliary care services, and to make policy recommendations to develop, scale and replicate them in the European Union.

 

The methodology was based on a mapping of 52 ICT-based services for informal carers developed in Europe, and a cross–analysis of 12 of these initiatives to get data on their impacts, drivers, business models, success factors, and challenges.

 

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The future of work for an ageing population: how innovation and technologies will transform organizations | EU Info Society News

The European population is quickly ageing. With the retiring baby boom generation the number of people aged from 65 to 80 will rise by nearly 40% between 2010 and 2030. Governments are looking at the challenges associated with maintaining the current social welfare.

 

One of the actions is increasing retirement age. Ageing workers are becoming an important part of companies and organizations. These people bring expertise and knowledge bringing important advantages to those that know how to keep them engaged.

 

This session will present the findings of the Goldenworkers project, co-funded by the European Commission under the 7th research framework programme, on how organizations are adapting to this new reality. The session will address how technology will support the contribution of ageing people in organizations and which innovative technology solutions should be developed.

 

These technologies can transform organizations making them more flexible, enabling the transfer of knowledge between generations, supporting lifelong learning, simplifying the integration of paid work and informal care, increasing the entrepreneurial possibilities for older workers, and matching skills and stimulating older workers innovativeness.

 

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Technology Can Help You As A Caregiver | Alzheimer's Speaks Blog

Technology Can Help You As A Caregiver | Alzheimer's Speaks Blog | CARER+ | Scoop.it
Technology Can Help You As A Caregiver. ... As a caregiver with a busy schedule I really appreciate the nice big screen for my aging and tired eyes. It also speaks clearly and gives me plenty of notice for turns.
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