Active and healthy ageing is a societal challenge shared by all European countries, but also an opportunity for Europe to become a global leader that is capable of providing innovative solutions.
In line with the initiatives of the European Commission, AER’s Committee 2 on Social & Public Health has been contributing over the years in building capacity among regions in order to implement innovative models in health and social care. In this respect AER as member of CORAL (“European Network of Regions collaborating in the field of Ambient Assisted Living and Active and Healthy Ageing”) has been regularly organising along with its member regions different advocacy actions, workshops and knowledge sharing activities like the project Scirocco Exchange and the e-health network.
European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP on AHA)
EIP on AHA is a platform conceived as a communication and information hub for all actors involved in Active and Healthy Ageing through Europe. It is the place to encourage partner engagement, promote news and events, meet and exchange ideas with peers, and look for potential partners on innovative projects.
Reference Sites. Join the hub!
Reference Sites represent a successful partnership of stakeholders within a region or major metropolitan area which brings together a wide range of stakeholders like: Regional Government Bodies and Health and Care providers, industry, academia and civil society. These collaborations help to create an environment for other regions across Europe to learn, transfer and adapt knowledge to local realities
Join this community of stakeholders in active and healthy ageing across Europe by applying for the 3rd Call for Reference Sites.
The extended deadline is 15th of July !
The call aims to identify proven examples of best practices related to active and healthy ageing.
The benefits of becoming a Reference Site can be multiple, among which the advantage of being provided with an advanced network to form consortia and proposals for EC funding programmes.
An open webinar is organised on the 02/07/2019 at 11:00 am for all candidate Reference Sites who have questions concerning their application.
Deadline for registration is on the 01/07/2019 at midday.
To register for the event, follow this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeX0c75b77ubj7_zB8MbzxaVzfoF4ADf4tcFbAGouC6-qcKaQ/viewform
- All existing Reference Sites must re-apply to maintain their Reference Site status
- All applications for the 3rd Call for Reference sites must be submitted via the Online Application Form that has four different sections which must ALL be filled out
- In order to help candidates to prepare their application, the following supporting documents are available: Information and Guidance Document, Offline SelfAssessment Form, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
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Agnese PantaloniPhone: +32 2 400 10 52 E-mail: a.pantaloni(at)aer.eu Skype ID: agnesepanta Languages: it, en, pt Articles by Agnese
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