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. This article examines these aspects, based on desk research and expert interviews in the Smart Healthy Age-Friendly Environments (SHAFE) fields
Van Staalduinen, Willecke
"Learning to implement Smart Healthy Age-Friendly Environments,"
Translational Medicine @ UniSa: Vol. 23
, Article 21.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.37825/2239-9747.1021
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