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Digital and Technology Innovation in Adult Social Care

Digitalisation and assisted technology can be transformational in social care for adults. How can digital transformation lead to harmonising data content collected by social services? What are some of the latest developments in assisted technology to support older people to stay in their own homes for as long as possible? How can social robotics impact care delivery in care homes and care workers’ training and ethics? And how do these technologies impact workforce training and the way they deliver care and support? These are some of the questions panellists will cover with examples from Europe, Asia and the US.


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Jane Dudman

Professor of Collective Intelligence, Public Policy and Social Innovation, University College London, UK


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Tracy Wareing Evans

President & CEO, American Public Human Services Association, USA


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Chris Papadopoulos,

Principal Lecturer in Public Health, University of Bedfordshire, United Kingdom

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Anne Sofie Martesson

Technology towards Older Adults, RISE Research Institute, Sweden

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Antero Lehmuskoski

Senior Specialist, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland