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Report on the Exploratory on Smart Care in a Homely Setting

Milne, Stephen and Rimpiläinen, Sanna (2016) Report on the Exploratory on Smart Care in a Homely Setting. [Report]

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The Exploratory on Smart Care in a Homely Setting was arranged on the 4th May 2016 at Maxim park by the Digital Health and Care Institute. The aim of the event was to explore what care currently looks like in a homely setting, to identify citizens' and carers' needs as well as pin point potential areas for innovation to go forward. The theme covered both homes and care homes, and other home-like settings where care is being given. The findings from the Exploratory informed key themes for a follow up event, an Ecosystem organised on the 6th of June. The overall "Care in a homely setting" -program will yield Information to ideate alternatives for future home services. This document summarises the key outputs from the focus group activities arranged on the day.