Innovation for all 2016: Jackie Marshall-Cyrus
Innovation for all 2016: Panel discussion
Innovation for all 2016
What can we do to empower people and allow them to remain independent for as long as they possibly can?
Why do we need a revolution in long term care? Talking at RBS HQ in Edinburgh, Jackie Marshall-Balloch, former nurse turned rabble rousing Long Term Care Revolution programme lead, explains why the current institutional system is not fit for purpose and challenges entrepreneurs, academics and SMEs to join forces and take advantage of Innovate UK’s £4 million National Challenge to reimagine our future.
A “meeting of minds” involving 200 multidisciplinary cross-sector stakeholders and thought leaders engaged in a stimulating dialogue about adopting a Europe wide approach to age-friendly (inclusive) homes and Smart Neighbourhoods of the Future. Find out what happened…
Jackie Marshall-Balloch of Innovate UK chaired several sessions at the AAL Forum 2014, all focused on innovation – in all its many and varied guises.
The sessions provided much food for thought and left Jackie looking with confidence to the future as the AAL enters its second phase. Here she explains just a few things we need to think about when considering that
Jackie talks about her work in driving the quality of life for people in long-term care and that it should be focused on people, their needs and requirements. Jackie talks about the fact that the institutional model must change to create something that’s fit for the 21st century.
Lead Specialist, Assisted Living Innovation Platform, Technology Strategy Board
How can products and services be better designed for the changing needs that ageing brings?
Marshall Cyrus of Technology Strategy Board speaking at the DALLAS community event