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ENGAGING ELDERLY PEOPLE TO DEVELOP TECHNOLOGY-ASSISTED SERVICES through  P articipatory &  A ppreciative  A ction &  R efl...
PAAR IS 3 RD  GENERATION  ACTION RESEARCH for POSITIVELY ENGAGING with ELDERLY PEOPLE.  PAAR has 5 dimensions <ul><li>Spac...
PAAR and HUMAN FLOURISHING
PAAR – in – PRACTICE (using the power of the positive question)
How far do the spaces we create for positively engaging with elderly people, enable them to find and use their ‘voice’?
How far are our participatory practices with elderly people (dis)empowering?
What are the challenges of listening to and learning from elderly people in order to build responsive healthcare services ...
How can we build and sustain better healthcare services and products by working more ethically with elderly people?
In what ways do our actions with elderly people lead to better healthcare supporting technologies and enhance our knowledg...
SO WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED ABOUT POSITIVELY ENGAGING WITH ELDERLY PEOPLE through PAAR methodology?
Facilitators:  Professor Tony Ghaye, Director, Reflective Learning-UK, tony.ghaye@btinternet.com, www.reflectivepractices....
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Tutorial presented at Ubi-Health’ 10 International Workshop on Ubiquitous Healthcare and Supporting Technologies 2010, Conference, May 31st- June 2nd, 2010, Shanghai World Expo & ZhangJiang Science Park, Shanghai.

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  1. 1. ENGAGING ELDERLY PEOPLE TO DEVELOP TECHNOLOGY-ASSISTED SERVICES through P articipatory & A ppreciative A ction & R eflection (PAAR) Professor Tony Ghaye , Reflective Learning-UK, Dr. Anita Melander-Wikman , Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
  2. 2. PAAR IS 3 RD GENERATION ACTION RESEARCH for POSITIVELY ENGAGING with ELDERLY PEOPLE. PAAR has 5 dimensions <ul><li>Space </li></ul><ul><li>Participation </li></ul><ul><li>Appreciation </li></ul><ul><li>Action </li></ul><ul><li>Reflection </li></ul>
  3. 3. PAAR and HUMAN FLOURISHING
  4. 4. PAAR – in – PRACTICE (using the power of the positive question)
  5. 5. How far do the spaces we create for positively engaging with elderly people, enable them to find and use their ‘voice’?
  6. 6. How far are our participatory practices with elderly people (dis)empowering?
  7. 7. What are the challenges of listening to and learning from elderly people in order to build responsive healthcare services and supporting mobile technologies?
  8. 8. How can we build and sustain better healthcare services and products by working more ethically with elderly people?
  9. 9. In what ways do our actions with elderly people lead to better healthcare supporting technologies and enhance our knowledge management?
  10. 10. SO WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED ABOUT POSITIVELY ENGAGING WITH ELDERLY PEOPLE through PAAR methodology?
  11. 11. Facilitators: Professor Tony Ghaye, Director, Reflective Learning-UK, tony.ghaye@btinternet.com, www.reflectivepractices.co.uk Dr. Anita Melander-Wikman, Senior Lecturer, Div. of Health and Rehabilitation, Dept. of Health Science, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden, anita.melander-wikman@ltu.se, www.ltu.se
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