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Well 2018 is off to a flying start at the Agile Ageing Alliance. Last week we joined forces with Innovate UK and Enterprise Europe Network to bring together a fantastic group of like-minded cross-sector stakeholders with a view to rethinking the very notion of work life and ...
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2017 ended on a sad note with the passing of a great friend to the AAA and genuine legend - Professor Heinz Wolff. We could dedicate this whole article to Professor Wolff’s achievements, but let us simply say that he inspired us all to think different and reminded us not t...
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This month’s AAA news digest is a bumper edition. It features feminism, award nominations, nonagenarian innovators and much more. Inspirational people using their hard-won experience to stay agile, defy convention and gain global attention. We start with a woman who, quite...
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We recently hosted wealth of innovators, industry leaders and provocateurs sharing their vision for our Neighbourhoods of the Future. We'll be sharing the outcomes very soon, but until then you can find the best tweets from the two-day event at the #Open4i handle. Hot Prop...
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In an unusual show of unity, Innovation Leads for IBM, Intel, Microsoft and other major corporations, will join forces with the European Space Agency, European Commission and representatives from various UK Government Departments in London next week. The catalyst for this Th...
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What a great start to the year. Agile Ageing has launched its brand new website, released a visionary report on the future of Cognitive Homes in an ageing society (downloadable now for free). And next up the Agile Ageing Alliance (AAA) will be furthering its European agenda ...
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Sign of the Times

February 17, 2017
It was encouraging to see the long awaited UK housing white paper acknowledging that offering older people a better choice of accommodation can help them to live independently for longer and reduce costs to the social care and health systems. That said, the white paper was l...
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