As a means of raising awareness through different networks.
By which the wealth of information gathered about standards (and standardisation) is recorded and analysis facilitated.
as a key locus for information and publicity regarding the project.
Whereby many of the partners will be able to raise awareness in relevant fora concerned (sometimes separately) with ageing and ICT issues. There will be at least 12 presentations given by project partners to fora including 20 or more participants.
By which an appropriate organisation for ongoing work is established.
That will inform and influence in relation to the ICT for AHA standards and standardisation agenda.
Offering options for the inclusion of meaningful co-production activity within the standardisation process.
Facilitating the most important and open debate on issues raised in the project – and helping point the way forward with regard to the shape and content of its key deliverables.
Representing an exciting opportunity, assisted by the new guidelines, to sign the way ahead for standards and standardisation in the arena of ICT for AHA.
Including relevant metrics and providing a crucial link to a European and wider international agenda that is concerned with AHA and the empowerment and inclusion of older people.
involving the four groups of stakeholders in discussion on the key project outputs. Targets relating to this deliverable will be considered within Task 3.2.
Including relevant metrics and signalling both key requirements (including for standards) in terms of the ICT ‘input’ and clarity regarding the relationship with age-friendly communities.
Recognising and pointing to the way that good practice can be more firmly embedded around ICT for AHA in standards and the standardisation process.
Regarding the frame of reference for the project and its ethical underpinnings. Targets relating to this deliverable will be considered within Task 3.2.
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