The main results of the project will be that the RemoAge service packages will be rolled out and implemented on a large scale in the work of the different implementing partners in Scotland, Sweden, and Norway providing tools and strategies for the challenge of providing support to not only people with dementia but to frail older people in general living in remote areas.

These services will be developed, based on existing knowledge from research and development in the area of support to people with dementia and other frail older people. Each of the implementing partners will test and introduce on average 4 services each, making a total number of services of about 28-30.

In addition, through a special focus on transnational learning, innovative models addressing public service provision, tailored to the needs of each partner, will be developed. Thus a total of seven new approaches to service provision to frail older people adjusted to local contexts will be generated.

The introduction of the RemoAge service package, will among other things, contribute to an increased use of technology in public service provision targeting people with dementia and frail older people, first of all by the implementing partners, and secondly by partners that follow the dissemination of the experiences of the RemoAge partners. The number of innovative technology-driven services/solutions for public service provision in remote areas introduced by the project is estimated to be 20. 

Final reports:

The Value Web - organizational and Economic Evaluation of the RemoAge Services

Ethical issues in the use of ICT as support for vulnerable older people to live longer in their homes - A review of litterature

Exploring the role and impact of learning and transnational learning in the RemoAge project

Summative evaluation report




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