Often the lives of ageing people are marked by increasing need for help and later need for care. They depend on care from relatives. Often there is no option but to move to a care facility. It becomes clear what many peopleare experiencing: New approaches to counselling, support, care and care are needed to ensure the quality of life of older people and also carers.
Positive picture of age
Ageing today is colourful: That’s why we need as many offers as life plans. The aim is for the lives of older people to remain worth living. This can be achieved through the interaction of doctors, nursing services, neighbours, friends, family and carers. This requires support from politics and administration, as well as ensuring financial viability.
Innovation and responsibility partnership
The Lars and Christian Engel (LUCE) foundation therefore wants to sensitize and support the citizens of all generations, the committed and those responsible in the community (village 2.0) with ALIA. The aim is to develop its own vision of the future for a generation-friendly community. This will also implement the recommendations from the overall senior policy concept (SPGK) for the district of Neustadt in the coming years. To this end, suitable educational services for citizens, those in need of help, committed, caring relatives, healthcare providers are to be developed. What does all this have to do with digitization? This offers modern possibilities for all the projects that ALIA wants to implement. Examples include architectural planning or health care.
ALIA – By Other Way (lat.)
We want counselling, care and care to be secured. Whether at home or in the future senior park. We want to achieve this through new forms of work, organisation and cooperation with different providers of care facilities and other actors. This approach, too, is intended to engage in ALIA carers and young people in particular (Care 4.0).