The Hague, the first city in the Netherlands to join the WHO Global Network of Age-friendly Cities and Communities, will be hosting the International Age-friendly Cities Conference on innovation, health and active ageing from 2-4 October 2017.
This conference provides the opportunity to share ideas and experiences related to age-friendly cities and innovations in healthcare with participants from all around the world. Main themes are diversity, participation, accessibility, ageing, vitality and ICT, and will be addressed by several keynote speakers and in a number of workshops.
On Tuesday 3rd of October Joris Slaets will contribute to the workshop on vitality. In order to improve quality of life and to add better health to longer lives, it is essential to work on the vitality of older people. How to improve vitality and mobility of older people will be the focus of this workshop.
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