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Why SensAge?

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Mr. Gordon Dryden. 
 
Presentation at the 3rd International SensAge Conference, June 24 2014 (project meeting): Promoting Active Participation By Ageing People with Sensory Disabilities.
 
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Date: 24 June 2014 00:00
Author: Dryden, Gordon
Organization: NCBI, Ireland
Only for Members: No
Content type: Presentation
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Using technology to promote active participation by older people

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Keynote speaker: Prof. Helen Petrie, Professor of Human Computer Interaction, University of York.

 

Presentation at the 3rd International SensAge Conference, 23 June 2014: Promoting Active Participation By Ageing People with Sensory Disabilities.

 

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Date: 23 June 2014 00:00
Author: Petrie, Helen
Organization: University of York
Only for Members: No
Content type: Presentation

Raising awareness on the topic of sensory impairments amongst elderly people

Raising awareness on the topic of sensory impairments amongst elderly people
Ms Stefana Cankova (EASPD)

Presentation at the 3rd International SensAge Conference, 23 June 2014: Promoting Active Participation By Ageing People with Sensory Disabilities.

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Date: 23 June 2014 00:00
Author: Cankova, Stefana
Organization: EASPD
Only for Members: No
Content type: Presentation
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Skills > Sensory

Visual Impairment Detection Program

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Ms Sylvie Bilodeau (INLB).
 
Presentation at the 3rd International SensAge Conference, 23 June 2014: Promoting Active Participation By Ageing People with Sensory Disabilities.
 
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Date: 23 June 2014 00:00
Author: Bilodeau, Sylvie
Organization: Institut Nazareth et Louis-Braille (INLB)
Only for Members: No
Content type: Presentation

“Go unto the Ant (and the Spider) and be Wise”. The Importance of Networking.

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Keynote Speaker: Mr. Ove Vedel Anderson. Educational Consultant, Nordic Centre for Welfare & Social Issues. 

 

Presentation at the 3rd International SensAge Conference, 23 June 2014: Promoting Active Participation By Ageing People with Sensory Disabilities.
 
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Date: 23 June 2014 00:00
Author: Anderson, Ove Vedel
Organization: Nordic Centre for Welfare & Social Issues.
Only for Members: No
Content type: Presentation

Listening to Sensory Impaired Older People

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Mr. Gordon Dryden NCBI.

 

Presentation at the 3rd International SensAge Conference, 23 June 2014: Promoting Active Participation By Ageing People with Sensory Disabilities.
 
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Date: 23 June 2014 00:00
Author: Dryden, Gordon.
Organization: NCBI, Ireland
Only for Members: No
Content type: Presentation

Léna, an open-innovation ecosystem

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Mr. Jawad Hajjam. 
 
Presentation at the 3rd International SensAge Conference, 23 June 2014: Promoting Active Participation By Ageing People with Sensory Disabilities.
 
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Date: 23 June 2014 00:00
Author: Hajjam, Jawad
Organization: Centich (MFAM)
Only for Members: No
Content type: Presentation

Overview of the statistics on demographic change in relation to an ageing population

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Conference Chair. Dr Bláithín Gallagher, Marie Curie Research Fellow, University of York. 

 

Presentation at the 3rd International SensAge Conference, 23 June 2014: Promoting Active Participation By Ageing People with Sensory Disabilities.

 

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Date: 23 June 2014 00:00
Author: Bláithín Gallagher
Organization: Marie Curie Research Fellow, University of York.
Only for Members: No
Content type: Presentation
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Depression and anxiety in visually impaired older adults: an overview (summary and video)

According to the World Health Organisation 285 million people worldwide are visually impaired, of which 65% is 50 years or older. Due to an aging population in the more developed nations, the prevalence of visual impairment increases rapidly.
 

 

Date: 7 June 2013 15:08
Author: Ruth van Nispen
Organization: VU University Medical Center Amsterdam
Only for Members: No
Content type: Presentation