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  • it's AAL about Health Care & Technology

    1. 1. It’s AAL about Health, Care & Technology prof. dr. ir. Piet Verhoeve 18/10/2013 1
    2. 2. Overview      Introduction Ageing society eHealth How to Conclusion
    3. 3. Who am I ?
    4. 4. Overview      Introduction Ageing society eHealth How to Conclusion
    5. 5. The Elders
    6. 6. Age, a societal stigma ? We become twice as old as 100 years ago, but are considered “old” at an ever younger age Societal age is linked to years and economic productivity Self image ageing is linked to care need & vitality Everybody wants a long life, but none want to become old
    7. 7. Examples of 68 yrs, anno 2011
    8. 8. Elders are passive …
    9. 9. When do you retire ? 55 1955 2015 65 2020 70 1960 2020 2025 2030 75 1965 2025 2030 2035 2040 1970 2030 2035 2040 2045 1975 2035 2040 2045 2050 1980 2040 2045 2050 2055 1985 2045 2050 2055 2060 1990 2050 2055 2060 2065 1995 2055 2060 2065 2070
    10. 10. What is ageing society really about ? Werkend Zorg nodig 0-19 60+
    11. 11. What is ageing society really about ? Werkend Zorg nodig 0-19 60+
    12. 12. A different view on ageing society… Werkend Opportuniteitsvenster Zorg nodig Jrl: 5% Groei 0-19 60+
    13. 13. Overview      Introduction Ageing society eHealth How to Conclusion
    14. 14. Wat is e-Health about ?  Supporting care  At a distance  At home  anywhere  Users  Patient  Professionals  Family care givers Ambient Assisted Living
    15. 15. It’s about technology for …
    16. 16. Assistive technology…  No, thank you
    17. 17. AAL & Elderly ??  No  Technology is too complicated
    18. 18. Technology  too complex ….
    19. 19. Technology  too complex …. It’s about viewpoint
    20. 20. AAL & Elderly ??  No  Technology is too complicated  Elders don’t need technology  …  However……  In practice …..  Technology is entering quite quick ……
    21. 21. Home & living environment  Devices are more & more intelligent  dishwasher, microwave, tumble dryer  RF-sync clocks  DVD-recorder, digital TV, …  More and more screen, ubiquitous
    22. 22. Assistive technology…  We all use it each day ! ABS ASR EPS
    23. 23. Assistive robots
    24. 24. Assitive robots, are there already !
    25. 25. Global Trend
    26. 26. Technology in the walls:  Can be on the walls …
    27. 27. Overview      Introduction Ageing society eHealth & AAL How to Conclusion
    28. 28. Big Brother is coming ?  Big Brother  Controlling  Dominating  User  Enslaved  Undergoes
    29. 29. Big Brother or Big Mother ?  Big Brother  Controlling  Dominating  User  Enslaved  Undergoes • Big Mother – Caring – supporting • User – In control – Decides / rules
    30. 30. User viewpoint ?
    31. 31. We are not the target group … If you want to understand how a lion hunts, Don't go to the zoo, Go to the jungle. (John Resink)
    32. 32. User testing, easier than you think
    33. 33. Probing met mock-ups
    34. 34. Big Mother from user viewpoint
    35. 35. Non stigmatic, not so difficult www.prof-projects.com www.facebook.com/profprojects
    36. 36. From interior element to care alarm
    37. 37. Alarm indication
    38. 38. ID for a nurse
    39. 39. Also for the resident Safely locked, Not locked away Front door, wardrobe • Family • Nurses
    40. 40. Conclusion  It’s NOT AAL about health, care and technology  It’s about bringing  (partially existing) technological solutions USER  in a non stigmatic (acceptable) way  to the  So that they WANT our products instead of needing them…

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