Learning to implement Smart Healthy Age-Friendly Environments

07 April 2021 | SHAFE

Van Staalduinen, Willeke (2020) "Learning to implement Smart Healthy Age-Friendly Environments," Translational Medicine @ UniSa: Vol. 23 : Iss. 4 , Article 21.

Available at: https://doi.org/10.37825/2239-9747.1021

To develop trainings on the implementation of smart healthy age-friendly environments for people who aim to support, for example, their parents, their neighbours or local community, there are precautionary measures that have to be taken into account: the role of the facilitator (volunteer or self-employed), the level of skills, the needs of the end-users, training content and methodologies together with the sustainability of the learning. In this article authors focus on the requested learning aspects that should be included in the SMART, HEALTHY, BUILT, BUSINESS and TRANSVERSAL domains to complete SHAFE learning.

The domains will become part of the overall educational SHAFE framework on the Hands-on SHAFE e-learning platform: www.hands-on-shafe.eu. Completion of the SHAFE learning framework is foreseen at the end of 2022. Medio 2021 the first half of training material will become available.