AAA ISO AGEING SOCIETIES LEADERS FORUM
Made possible by Clarion Housing Group
AAA ISO Ageing Societies Leaders Forum 2022
Welcome and Scene Setting
Ian Spero, Founder, Agile Ageing Alliance (AAA).
Nele Zgavc, International Secretary, ISO Ageing Societies.
Britta Berge, Chair, ISO Technical Committee 314 and Vice President, Policy, Research & International Affairs at AARP
The demographic transformation will increasingly affect individuals, families, communities, governments, and businesses worldwide. TC 314 aims to seize the opportunities that ageing societies present, by working collaboratively to identify innovative solutions, guidelines, tools, and best practices.
Presentation starts: 00:00
Lord Best, Chair of the UK’s Affordable Housing Commission and the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Housing and Care for Older People
COVID 19 has highlighted that loneliness is endemic in our society and it doesn’t just affect older people. The housing sector has a real opportunity here to create the right environments that promote healthy ageing and enable people to be the best they can be throughout their lives.
Presentation starts: 09:53
Sam Mauger, Chief Executive, University of the Third Age
With over 400,000 active members U3A demonstrates the value of communities which are defined, not by age, but by experiences still to be explored.
Presentation starts: 20:51
David Orr, Chairman, Clarion Housing Association, Chair, the Good Home Inquiry
As a market leader Clarion has an obligation to lead by example. To explore new forms of housing and neighbourhoods which are fit for future purpose, whether that’s in 30, 50 or 100 years.
Presentation starts: 40:21
Sonja Grigoleit, Lead, SHAPES European Pilot projects, Deputy Head of Business Unit Public Technology and Innovation Planning at Fraunhofer Institute for Technological Trend Analysis
SHAPES (Smart & Healthy Ageing through People Engaging in Supportive Systems) is a 4 year €21m Collaborative R&D project spanning 14 countries and 10 pilot innovation sites, exploring interactions between older adults, technology and the built environment.
Presentation starts: 55:37
George Crooks, Chief Executive, Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre
Cocreating digital services that empower citizens, support and energise communities and deliver health and care solutions where the individual becomes the centre of integration.
Presentation starts: 70:07
Natalie Record, Housing Innovation Team Lead, Connected Places Catapult
The link between pace and the physical, social and mental wellbeing of people is inextricable.
Presentation starts: 79:13
David Sinclair, Director ILC, International Longevity Centre UK
Never too old to play.
Presentation starts: 88:21
Cynthia Bullock, Deputy Director, Healthy Ageing Challenge at Innovate UK
All to play for: Scaling a sustainable market for innovation.
Presentation starts: 96:37
Sarah Ruel-Bergeron, Executive Director, ARCHIVE Global
A multigenerational community is so much greater than the sum of its parts.
Presentation starts: 109:00
Matthew Teague, Marketing Project Manager, Construction and Infrastructure, Tata Steel
Building for the future.
Presentation starts: 122:38
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