Connectivity and Digital Design for Health & Well-being across Generations, Places and Spaces - Research programme
GWT is delighted to announce that we will be a partner along with Active Stirling in the University of Stirling’s new research project – Connectivity and Digital Design for Health & Well-being across Generations, Places and Spaces.
The three-year project, led by the University of Stirling’s Professor Catherine Hennessy and supported by Professor Richard Haynes and Professor Anna Whittaker, will bring together academics from three of the University’s faculties – Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities and Health Sciences and Sport – as well as experts from the University of Plymouth. They will examine how digital resources can be designed and delivered to provide and engage older people in structured activity programmes and improve health and wellbeing.
The project team is ready to convene an Older Person’s Reference Group (OPRG) to look at and approve baseline measures ready for September for the older people and are now recruiting two individuals (60+) who would be happy to participate. The first online meeting is being planned for August and will then meet quarterly. Support will be given to help individuals get online if required.
If you are interested please get in touch asap either by email Alison Clyde or phone 07769629988.
Read the full launch article published during Intergenerational Week here.