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Empowering
the innovation
for active and
healthy ageing

Active and healthy ageing is something that everyone deserves. Our shared experiences have shown that empowering innovation will help to create digital solutions that support this essential need and have real impact on the lives of elderly people. 

Innovation Networks for Active and Healthy Ageing (IN-4-AHA) is a EU-funded Coordination and Support Action (CSA) that contributes to the cross-border scale-up of tested and ready-to-use applications in health and social care. The project will bring together both the support and the demand sides as well as the end-users, engage with local and regional ecosystems, stakeholder groups and organisations. The main outcome of this cooperation is an innovation scale-up model that is validated by stakeholders and complemented by a clear implementation roadmap, an innovation impact evaluation toolkit and a strategy for long-term investments.

Join our stakeholder database if you would like to: 

  1. Raise your visibility, awareness and knowledge on local, regional and international level through events and IN-4-AHA project communication made in IN-4-AHA channels and the channels of the consortium members. 
  2. Get insight for your service and valuable contacts (networking)Matchmaking events to link need owners and service providers in AHA. 
  3. Use practical tools to scale up your solutions.
  4. Find ways to help scale your business through investment or financing.
  5. Take part in participatory design workshops/focus groups and co-create IN-4-AHA project outputs (Scale-up model and roadmap, participatory design process toolkit, Evaluation toolbox, long term investment plan).
  6. Showcase your innovative solution to support active and healthy ageing through IN-4-AHA network and Futurium (Best practice month activities).

News

Best Practices Month is back! [extended]

The IN-4-AHA consortium is looking for the best practices in active and healthy living, developed by Europe’s leading SMEs, entrepreneurs, networks, regional health care officials, and R&D expertise in the
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4th Call for Reference Sites OPEN!

Active and Healthy Ageing Reference Sites are alliances or partnerships of health and care stakeholders within a region, major metropolitan area, or geographic locality that can implement or develop innovative
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The DiGAs framework – a model for Europe?

EIT Health & IN-4-AHA roundtable On the 24th of November 2021, EIT Health Scandinavia organized a roundtable within the IN-4-AHA project to discuss insights related to the German Digital Health
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Join us and empower the innovation for the people in need