Detailed Programme of the Final Conference

10:00-10:10 Greetings and introductory speech by high-ranking representative of careNET consortium
10:10-10:20 Annette Dalsgaard Vilain, University College Lillabaelt
Introduction to the online and offline conference interaction
10:20-11:00 Marie-Béatrice Levaux, President of the European Federation for Family Employment (EFFE)
A European Federation for new Family and Household employment
Recorded presentation 1, presentation 2
11:00-11:15 Coffee Break
11:15-11:55 Stephanie Carretero, Scientific Officer at Institute for Prospective Technological Studies-Joint Research Centre, European Commission
Science-based Evidence of the Effect of Technology-based Services for a Better and more Productive Care at Home
Recorded presentaion
11:55-12:35 Nena Georgantzi, Legal Officer at the AGE Platform
ICT Acceptance – the Perspective of Older Persons
Recorded presentation
12:35-12:55 Laure Lhermet, Project Officer of the careNET project at Institut IPERIA
From Theory to Practice: the careNET Project
Recorded presentation
12:55-13:55 Lunch
13:55-14:05 Annette Dalsgaard Vilain, University College Lillabaelt
Map of Domain of Competence – Identification of Digital Competences for Care Workers and Care Recipients in Long Term Domiciliary Care
Recorded presentation
14:05-14:15 Laure Lhermet, Project Officer of the careNET project at Institut IPERIA
The careNET Experience: Working with Care Workers in France
Recorded presentation
14:15-14:25 Cesar A. Perez, Project Manager of the careNET Spanish pilot for Fundacion Burgos por la Investigacion de la Salud
The careNET Experience: Spanish piloting in Spain
Recorded presentation
14:25 -14:35 Panel Discussion
14:35-15:00 Areti Efthymiou, Project Coordinator of the INNOVAGE project for Eurocarers Association
Supporting Carers through the Web: the Road towards a new European Web Platform
Recorded presentation
15:00-15:10 Francesca di Concetto, Project Coordinator of the UPCARING project, Istituto per la Ricerca Sociale
Supporting the Professionalization of Home Care Work
Recorded presentation 1, presentation 2
15:10-15:25 Coffee break
15:25-15:35 Jan Dekelver, Research Coordinator, Thomas More University College, Geel & Davy Nijs
Coordinator, Catholic University College Limbourg, Diepenbeek
Media Literacy Training in Youth Work
Recorded presentation
15:35-15:45 Malcolm J Fisk, Co-Director of the Age Research Centre, Health Design & Technology Institute, Coventry University
New Skills and Knowledge Sets for Health and Social Care Staff in the Context of Telehealth
Recorded presentation
15:45-15:55 Juliette Boulanger, Freelance Consultant/Program manager, JRB Consulting
Co-designing, with Home Care Professionals, Innovative Services to Maintain People with Reduced Mobility at Home: the BMA Experience
Recorded presentation
15:55-16:05 Hein de Graaf, Astra-com Vof, The Netherlands
Digital Inclusion Skills for Carers Bringing Opportunities, Value and
Recorded presentation 1, presentation 2
16:05-16:25 Panel Discussion
16:25-16:40 Closing words by Stylianos Hatzipanagos, Kings College London, UK