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T-Seniority has been selected as a good practice since it proposes an innovative solution exploiting new technologies in order to support independent living through digital TV. It was based on the integration of digital services addressing elders and info-marginalized audiences with an access through TV. According to the users’ survey, the results of the project show a high degree of usability of the service, the satisfaction of users, a social integration factor and sustainability. Information was collected through the T-Seniority’s project outputs and results, informational material and the respective public and private interfaces of the web site as RCM was a project partner. In addition, complementary information was collected by conducting internal meetings with the RCM’s T-Seniority project manager and staff. - PP6: Junta de Castilla y Leon and PP11: INTRAS Foundation in Spain (ES) In order to identify a transferable Good Practice in the framework of the INNOVAge project, a search for relevant information as well as some interviews (where required) were performed regarding the five existing Spanish formal or non-formal clusters in the field of Independent Living or Wellbeing. The information gathered from each cluster was compared against a set of criteria previously defined by the Castilla y León Social Services Regional Managing Authority and INTRAS’ experts. Namely, these criteria were: sustainability, overall business figures, number of running projects, an increased competitiveness of the region, innovative products and services, eco-innovation initiatives, internationalization and governance models. Accordingly, eVIA Platform was eventually selected due to its greater suitability for the Innovage Good Practices selection. - PP7: Geroskipou Municipality (CY) In Cyprus, the insufficient care available for the third age is a major issue addressed in the social strategy and a social demand for a revision in the national strategy and associated measures. In the town of Paphos and in the Geroskipou area, there is an increasing need for improving services for people in and after a period of operation, as the Municipality has to cope with an increased number of elderly people in the age of 70 and above. At this age, as it is well understandable, elderly people very often undergoes through operations, and this, coupled with the fact that the majority of them do not dispose of the necessary care and facilities at home demand therefore for special measures to help their quality of living especially during the first period of rehabilitation. The Geroskipou Municipality, together with the support of Academia (Cyprus University of Technology) are in the process of identifying some private sector’s innovative instruments and solutions and to apply them in this area of competence. - PP8: SEHTA (UK)

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