Homes4Life project launches of a series of webinars
A series of webinars will be organised throughout June and July. Their objective will be to present the work and studies carried out so far since the beginning of the project, to discuss their outcomes and perspectives, but also to tackle crucial questions related to the concept of age-friendly housing.
A home for the whole life: challenges and opportunities
This 1st webinars will be specific to the Spanish context and will focus on the challenges and opportunities that represents having access to a home for the whole life (NB: this event will be hold in Spanish only).
Date: 11 June 2020 - 10:00-11:00
More information & registration here.
Age-friendly housing in the context of the COVID-19 crisis
The ‘Stay At Home’ motto shared all over the world to help contain the spread of COVID-19 brought back housing to the centre of attention. The situation showed the need to shift from residential care to home/community care, and reaffirmed the need for quality and resilient housing that can adapt as people’s needs evolve with age. In this context, the Homes4Life project is more relevant than ever. The webinar will focus on this topic and will cover questions such as:
- What has changed since COVID-19 in the way we see housing?
- What does age-friendly housing have to offer?
- Why do care providers care about housing?
- What does it take to implement an age-friendly approach to housing?
Date: 30 June 2020 - 11.00-12.00
More information and registration here.
Homes4Life Certification Scheme and Taxonomy
Two webinars will take place during the 1st half of July and will present respectively the Taxonomy and the Certification Scheme developed during the project (see the brief presentation of these important works and associated outcomes below). Stakeholders and experts will be invited to discuss our results and their future developments.
More information to come very soon!
Source: Homes4Life Consortium