Social AAL Kerstin Zimmermann AAL Vice PresidentAustrian Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology Prague, May 2012
Table of Content AAL JP Social Aspects AAL 2012 and post 2013
Population pyramids, EU-27, 2010 and 2060Source: Eurostat 2011 Demographic Projections
AAL Joint Programme initiative based on article 185 to enhance the quality of life of older people by use of ICT demographic change for motivation Duration of the programme: 2008-2013
• 20 Member States • Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and UK• 3 Associated States • Israel, Norway and Switzerland
AAL Joint Programme Total buget 600 Mio € MS contribution min. 150 Mio € – (0,2 Mio € per year per MS) EU contribution max. 150 Mio €
Active Ageing WHO definition: The process of optimizing opportunities for health, participation (in social, economic, cultural, spiritual and civic affairs) and security in order to enhance quality of life as people age.
Call 2: Social Interaction Providing innovative ICT based solutions aimed at helping people to be active, joyful and socially connected in the society as they age, from both a societal and personal perspective, effectively contributing to their health, overall quality of life and to social inclusion.
Projects ALIAS Adaptable Ambient Living Assistant
ALICE Advanced Lifestyle Improvement system & new Communication Experience
EIP-AHA European Innovation Pilot on Active and Healthy Ageing: Goal: 2 more years of healthy life Strategic Implementation Plan (SIP)
AAL Events 2012 AAL Forum, 24-27 September 2012 Eindhoven Tomorrow in Sight: From Design to Delivery http://www.aalforum.eu AAL Summit, 27-29 Juni 2012 Bilbao New Avenues to fill the gap between Health and Welfare Demands and Effective ICT Solutions http://aalsummit2012.org