Community of Practice - Working with Wearables, Thursday 30 Sept, 2-3.30pm

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This event will be a chance to connect with other projects around working with wearables and hear from wearables experts.

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Community of Practice Working with Wearables session, Thursday 30 September 2021, 2pm-3.30pm

With many members of the Community of Practice either developing, or working with wearable devices as part of their projects, this event will be a chance to connect around working with wearables. Plus hear insights from those developing products in the field and share your own learning and questions.

Our Trailblazers recently came together to compare notes on their experiences of working with wearables. Following their open and insightful conversation, we want to widen this discussion out to the rest of the Community.

We’ll hear insights from Adi Kasliwal on the development of the Personal Alarm Watch and James Brinkler on Data Trusts and their use with wearables.

It will also give you a chance to connect in small groups to share questions and learning.Please note this session is interactive, for those working or planning to work with wearables.

Please contact the Community of Practice team if you have any questions,

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Organiser Centre for Ageing Better

Organiser of Community of Practice - Working with Wearables, Thursday 30 Sept, 2-3.30pm

The UK’s population is undergoing a massive age shift. In less than 20 years, one in four people will be over 65.

The fact that many of us are living longer is a great achievement. But unless radical action is taken by government, business and others in society, millions of us risk missing out on enjoying those extra years.

At the Centre for Ageing Better we want everyone to enjoy later life. We create change in policy and practice informed by evidence and work with partners across England to improve employment, housing, health and communities.

We are a charitable foundation, funded by The National Lottery Community Fund, and part of the Government’s What Works Network.

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