ABOUT TURNTABLE

Duration: 3 years from the 1st May 2019 to 30th April 2021

Coordinator: TURNTABLE is led by Abinsula (IT).

Consortium: 10 beneficiaries from five EU Member States, namely Italy, Hungary, Portugal, Slovenia and Belgium.

Source of funding: TURNTABLE is funded through the Active Assisted Living Programme

AIM

AAL TURNTABLE aims to address the co-challenges of vitality and ability amongst older adults (65 years and over) though an extendable, one-stop-shop platform (TURNTABLE) integrating a range of ICT solutions.

As we age, we tend to be more sedentary and less willing to engage with new technologies. These trends worsen normal age-related decline, both physical and cognitive. As muscle mass, grip strength, and power decline, falls become more frequent and dangerous, and everyday tasks become more intimidating. These changes interfere with diet and nutritional status, because shopping and cooking become more challenging, as well as participation in social activities.

Users (primary – over 65 years adults; secondary – informal and formal carers and care organisations, social clubs, etc.; and tertiary – mobile network operators and insurance companies) will be involved at all stages in development of TURNTABLE including selection of components (co-creation sessions), integration and adaptation to user needs (usability testing), and testing (field trials, open beta).

This approach will ensure that TURNTABLE is fit-for-purpose, adopted widely and is sustainable.

Role of EuroFIR AISBL in Turntable

EuroFIR AISBL is responsible for Task 1.2 – Co-creation sessions execution (WP1), which aims to ensure design and content of TURNTABLE is optimal, and will recruit users, organise sessions, and follow-up with participants in Belgium.

EuroFIR is also leading Task 5.3 – Impact-oriented dissemination (WP5), which aims to raise awareness of AAL TURNTABLE and help with recruitment of users for TURNTABLE co-creation sessions and field-trials. EuroFIR will also manage the project website and social media account, and lead development and delivery of communication and dissemination plans.