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#PHC-20-2014 Call Advancing active and #healthy ageing with #ICT: ICT solutions for independent living with cognitive impairment

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nicoleta susanu‘s insight:

The challenge is to deploy innovative and user led ICT pilot projects in support of independent living with cognitive impairments and translate promising results into scalable practice across Europe.      

Scope: Pilots should build on common, flexible and open ICT solutions which can be adapted to specific users’ needs, allowing them to live independently for longer while experiencing cognitive impairment. Pilot deployment across Europe should develop best-practice and viable business and financing models, as well as evidence for potential return on investment. Gender and ethical issues should be paid due attention.  

Proposals should focus on innovation in organisational and business models for service delivery, as well as standardisation and interoperability work on required ICT platforms, services and data sources. The number of users involved should be sufficient to ensure statistical significance in impact analysis, with a minimum of 4 pilot sites in 4 countries.

Budget:€185,200,000

Deadline: 15.04.2014

                                                    

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