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ATDAL Over40 (Associazione nazionale per la tutela dei diritti dei lavoratori over 40” – National Association for the protection of the rights of workers aged 40 +) is a non-for-profit entity established in Milan (Italy) since 2002. It is led by a...
VITLAB is an open innovation platform promoting an ecosystem engaged to favor collaborative innovation processes in the field of e-Health and e-Inclusion . Your experience counts! We encourage you to join this virtual community.
As some of you may know, the Individual Fellowships from the Marie Sklodowska-Curie for experienced researchers are open (see here ). In this framework, we want to offer Polibienestar Research Institute ( www.polibienestar.org ) as hosting institution for researchers interested in the following three lines:
Partnering with AGE Platform Europe and Eurocarers and supported by key stakeholders at national and international level, the 6th Global Forum on Incontinence (GFI), entitled “ Sustainable health and social care: The role of Continence Care in enabling Independent and Dignified living ”, will take place at the Hotel Scandic Potsdamer Platz in Berlin, Germany on 19-20 April 2016. GFI is a biennial high-level forum for education and debate on incontinence and continence care initiated and supported by SCA Hygiene Products. GFI’s main aim is to improve the health and social care provisions for incontinence, giving patients and care givers a better quality of life. SCA is a global supplier of incontinence products and solutions in more than 100 countries committed to raising awareness of incontinence as a key health and social care issue and to enhancing the care of patients in a patient-centred, and sustainable way that supports independent and dignified living.
One of the greatest successes of western society is that our population is living longer, however living longer does not necessarily mean that we are living full independent lifestyles. The Siel Bleu Association is a health care charity, improving the lives of older adults through fun and interactive, tailored exercise programmes in four European countries. Established in France in 1997, Siel Bleu has over 18 years experiences helping to develop a solution to promote proactive ageing for our older populations. The Association offers older adults a range of “triple impact” physical activity programmes; no matter a person’s age or physical ability, we have a programme that will improve their physical capabilities, increase their social inclusion and accelerate psychological happiness.
As a follow-up of the European Year 2012 on Active ageing and solidarity between generations, the Council of European Municipalities and Regions (CEMR), AGE Platform Europe and EUROCITIES conducted early 2013 a survey on the needs and expectations...
EuropeActive, formerly the European Health and Fitness Association (EHFA), is the (leading) not-for-profit organisation representing the whole of the European health and fitness sector in Brussels. It recently joined the AFE-INNOVNET network and coordinates the Promoting Physical Activity and Health in Ageing (PAHA) project. The project, through structured exercise programmes for senior citizens (55-65 years old), intends to convert currently inactive older adults into regular exercisers at a level that is beneficial to their health.
The Polish Institute of Silver Economy, seated in Warsaw, is a Foundation founded in October 2014. The Institute is formed by an interdisciplinary group of experts acting in the fields of economy, law, urban planning, architecture and social...
The Anouk Foundation is an operational NGO created in Switzerland in 2008, with an experienced team of 2 project managers and 8 artists, and an annual budget of €500.000. To date we have accomplished projects in 13 institutions for older persons in...
The Intermunicipality Association of Medio Friuli (Italy) is interested in participating in future EU calls, in particular in the following fields of expertise: • Local governance: public security, local development, caring for the needs of a single...

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