Newsletter 5

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Newsletter 5 - April/May 2014

The main aim of iAge - a project within the NSR Interreg IVB Programme - is to improve the regional development of areas in decline that are affected by an ageing population through promoting and increasing economic and social e-inclusion.

The iAge project will present at the NSR Interreg IVB Annual Conference in Aberdeen

(25th-26th June 2014) and preparations are currently underway for the iAge Final Conference (20th November 2014), so save the dates!

See also our calendar.

Pilot Self Tracking Devices

Within the framework of iAge various faculties at the Hanze University in Groningen (NL) are cooperating on an experiment to use mobile health devices to monitor and give feedback on how fit individuals are.

Campaign to raise awareness in Drenthe

IAge partners in Drenthe have launched a publicity campaign to raise awareness for working caregivers in the region.

iAge partners meet in Kiel

On 12th and 13th of March the iAge partners joined forces once again to share their experiences and updates on the current project status. The participants were warmly welcomed in Kiel (Germany) by our hosts at the Academy of Economics Schleswig-Holstein (WAK).

Leiedal Mentor - Technology for All

In a world that is constantly changing, particularly in terms of technology, it can be very difficult for older people to keep up.

Computer course in Vennesla, Norway

A new course has recently started at Skarpengland Secondary School. This course is based on a newly developed study plan.

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Colofon: iAge is an international cooperation project focusing on the improvement of regional development in areas of decline affected by an ageing population. See also http://www.iageproject.eu