Monday 12 October 2015
|Setting the Scene|
|Welcome||Mr Bjarne Hastrup (CEO, DaneAge and IFA President)|
|Background||Dr Jane Barratt (Secretary General, IFA)|
The purpose of this session is to stimulate discussion facilitated by Chairs on the collated responses to the following questions:
1. What are the gaps in knowledge and practice that need to be addressed for reablement to be considered a viable policy strategy?
2. Why should a reablement approach be used by stakeholders (government, funders, individuals and carers)?
3. What does a reablement model look like, including what supports are needed?
4. What are the implementation challenges pertaining to each theme (frailty, dementia and diabetes)?
5. What are the societal and individual implications of the reablement approach globally?
|Outcomes & Process|
Chair to present the outcomes of the key questions to the working group.
Working Group to begin preparation of the draft discussion paper by using the outcomes of the key questions to appropriately address reablement and older people in relation to diabetes, dementia or frailty.
The technology working group to be represented in each working group (dementia, diabetes and frailty) to gain cross-cutting intelligence and inform each group on the efficacy and impact of technology.
The purpose of this session is to combine concepts and ideas from each working group to gain an interdisciplinary perspective on reablement and older people using the CITRA approach as a model for discussion.
Chairs to present the findings from the working group discussions to delegates followed by an interactive dialogue.
|Implications & Challenges|
Facilitated discussion with delegates on the implications and challenges of the reablement approach, particularly:
1. What are the challenges of implementation pertaining to the themes of frailty, dementia and diabetes?
2. What are the societal and individual implications of the reablement approach globally?
Tuesday 13 October 2015
The purpose of this session is to synthesise reflections from Day 1 for discussion and consensus building of the discussion paper with the expectation of a draft paper by the end of Day 2.
Technology working group to reconvene with each working group (dementia, diabetes and frailty) to offer final input and expertise from a technology perspective.
The purpose of this session is for Working Groups to develop a draft discussion paper for themes on reablement and dementia, frailty and diabetes.
Technology working group to convene and review the outcomes from each working group theme from Day 1 and to determine how to appropriately incorporate these themes into a discussion paper addressing the cross-cutting approach of reablement and technology for older people.
|Framework Development||Working groups to finalize the draft discussion papers on reablement and dementia, diabetes and frailty.|
|Case for Reablement|
|Plenary||Each Working Group will present the ‘case for reablement / or not’ made in the draft papers to all delegates. The purpose of this session is to ‘hone the paper’.|
Dr Alex Mihailidis (Research Chair, University of Toronto)
The cross-cutting approach of technology and reablement for older people in relation to diabetes, dementia and frailty.
Dr Jane Barratt (Secretary General, IFA)
Participant roles and responsibilities following the Global Think Tank in preparation for the Copenhagen Summit.