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WANNEER ?
mei 2014
augustus 2016

The ageing population presents a great many challenges. One of the greatest challenges is to determine how professional care, together with informal care and volunteer work, can provide a solution to both the current and future care needs of this growing and all-more heterogeneous group of elderly persons in our society. In this context, the authorities are geared strongly towards socializing care. In this project, we also want to strengthen the care networks of the elderly, with particular attention for the elderly in a vulnerable position.

WANNEER ?
mei 2014
juli 2016

The LIATO project researches how the placing of discrete technology in the home can increase the quality of life of elderly persons living independently. The focus here is on communication and intuitive interface technology which supports the elderly in their own living environment, providing a sense of safe and secure living for both the elderly person living alone as well as their family.

WANNEER ?
april 2014
april 2016

The objective of the DIoTTO project is to allow elderly persons living alone to retain an independent and high-quality life in their own home for as long as possible by supporting and activating them in their day-to-day lives and creating peace of mind among the informal carers.

WANNEER ?
oktober 2014
september 2016

The objective of this project is, on the one hand, to increase the well-being among people over 65 by focusing on social contacts, meaningfulness and, on the other hand, finding practical solutions for minor support requests outside of family and professional care. We wish to achieve this by creating new, sustainable connections in the district. In this project we focus on 2 connection pathway.

WANNEER ?

The “Informal (neighborhood) care networks” project wants, through a broader vision of care, to develop a working model that makes informal care visible and creates, facilitates, supports and valorizes informal (neighborhood) care networks.

WANNEER ?
september 2013
augustus 2016

The Living and Care Lab (LiCalab) in the Kempen region wants to enable people to live longer at home, either independently or assisted, mainly by improving the self-reliance and participation of the elderly, creating a safe, comfortable and accessible living environment, or by reinforcing integrated care tailored to the user.

WANNEER ?
januari 2014
december 2016

Ageing in Place (AIPA) in the Aalst region focuses on affordable housing and care, the objective being to enable older people live at home longer in a quality manner.

WANNEER ?
november 2013
oktober 2016

The Active Caring Neighborhood in Antwerp and Brussels wants to examine how professional care can support and reinforce self-care, volunteer and informal care, and consistently keep itself on the second line.