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Public Policies for an ageing population- ICTs PoV. 4th Silver Economy Conference. 28th-29th January Limoges. Introduction. 1.2 million inhabitants in 41.602 km2. Population Density: 25.9 km2 (average density in Europe, 116.8 km2 ) Services 61.0%, Industry, 25.7%

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public policies for an ageing population icts pov

Public Policies for an ageing population- ICTs PoV

4th Silver Economy Conference. 28th-29th January Limoges

introduction
Introduction
  • 1.2 million inhabitants in 41.602 km2. Population Density: 25.9 km2

(average density in Europe, 116.8 km2 )

  • Services 61.0%, Industry, 25.7%
  • Unemployment rate: 17.9% (2008)
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In this context, ICTs are a very important meaning to help rural areas and their inhabitants to access to the Administrative services. eDemocracy/ e Government. Facilitating services for +50 through ICT government policies

  • DIGITAL DIVIDE: location, age, gender, education.
  • Infrastructure
  • Training
  • Outputs silver economy
infrastructure
Infrastructure
  • To provide overall material access
  • 100% of municipalities are connected with broadband.
  • Without Connectivity, nothing is worthy
  • Without technological literacy the

Connectivity is useless

training
Training
  • Motivational access
    • Skills access
    • Usage access
  • How? Trough the New Knowledge Centres spread all over the region.
  • What for? Ie: To become users of eGovernment, to improve their autonomy, to digitalize cultural heritage.
jara project regional health care information system
JARA PROJECT: Regional Health Care Information System
  • Professionals in the health sector:
  • Difficult to access the necessary information
  • Vital information for a patient might be missing
  • Thereisredundantinformation
  • Bureaucracy
  • Users:
  • Lowefficiency in deliveringcare
  • Bureaucracy
  • Integration motor: paperflow
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sepad extremenian service to promote autonomy and dependent s attention
SEPAD: Extremenian Service to Promote Autonomy and Dependent´s Attention
  • Organism created by the Regional Goverment to provide such services.
  • It depends on the Regional Ministry of Health and Social Affairs.
  • It is a step ahead from healthcare, it looks for the wellbeing of elders and their relatives.
senior lab
SENIOR LAB
  • Senior lab is a physical and virtual centre aimed to implement a R+D+I centre on healthcare technology for dependent old people. This centre forms part of the European network of Living labs.
  • Promotion of independent life and leisure of old people.
  • Present rural areas as a creative virtual space.
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