As our ICT4Elderly project was reaching its final stages, Ynternet.org Foundation had an opportunity to plan and deliver an international multiplier event in Geneva. To do this, we invited our project partners, senior ambassadors and other stakeholders (e.g. people working directly with the target group, trainers and policymakers) to attend [...]
November has been a very intense month for ICT 4 the elderly as the project is coming to an end at the end of the month. Partners’ meeting, final event, multiplier events in each country, wrapping up and making plans on how to use the results of the project in [...]
On Wednesday 17 November 2021, the ICT 4 the Elderly Project Team hosted the webinar "How to enhance digital skills of older adults" showing the results of the project. The event aimed to explore topics related to age and digital skills and share the experience of the project participants. ICT [...]
The ICT 4 the Elderly project supports the digital competencies development of individuals between the age of 55 and 75 and aims to make them aware of some of the many opportunities that the Internet offers. To show you the results of ICT 4 The Elderly we invite you to join [...]
From September 13 to 17, 2021, the international training took finally place in Malta. About one and a half years have passed since the originally planned date. Back then, at the beginning of March 2020, everything was prepared: the flights and accommodation had been booked, the training venue had been [...]
We are extremely happy to announce that the Belgian Project Webinar will take place on the 17th of November 2021 from 14:00 to 16:00 CET. Nowadays almost all digital technology products and services are designed and produced by younger people, and exclusively marketed for younger consumers. As a consequence, older [...]
Background I was invited, as Treasurer of Ynternet.org, a Swiss foundation based at HES SO, University of Applied Sciences in Geneva, Switzerland to participate in this project. I flew with Ms Afonso, a trainer with Ynternet.org on Sunday, September 12th from Geneva to Zurich and then to Malta. Set up, [...]
Malta, as leader, kicked off the second piloting training on the 13th of September. The ICT for the Elderly strategic partnership project is funded by the Erasmus+ and brings together five different countries from different levels of the digital gap spectrum. Maltese participants together with senior citizens from Germany and [...]
On the 8th of July (2021) our ambassadors joined us in Grandvaux (in Switzerland) for one more session of our pilot activities in the ICT4theElderly project. This session served not only as a training moment but also gave us the opportunity to let our ambassadors strengthen their relationships and form [...]
The pilot training for senior citizens in Berlin, organised by our German partner Stiftung Digitale Chancen, took place on August 10-12, 2021. The participants are themselves active in supporting other older people with regard to the use of digital devices and applications. During the two training days, the following three [...]
In Slovenia, the workshops were on hold for a long time, as it was expected that the Covid regulations would loosen up enough so that that at least the group of 10 elderly participants could be gathered live altogether. The training program was divided into 7 parts of 4 hours [...]
The European Commission has recently created a new platform called Futurium, and one of the working groups there is on Active and Healthy Living in the Digital World. This group is further divided into sub-groups focused on specific aspects of active and healthy aging: Wellbeing and health promotion Ecosystems and [...]
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