AgeCamp 2016 is the first national unconference for older people and those who work with older people. At the beginning of the day, attendees pitch sessions on topics they want to run and the rest of the delegates vote on those they want to attend.
AgeCamp will be about solving problems, launching new ideas, getting support for projects, forging collaborations, testing products, or whatever else you want to discuss.
This will be an opportunity for anyone who works with older people (and older people themselves) to get together in a mutually supportive environment, discuss their issues and plan joint responses – and this is meant in no way to be an event which focuses exclusively on technology.
Any issues about working with older people are open for discussion. So if you want to re-invent the care home or start a community minibus service, all topics are welcome.
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