The 7th Ageing Asia Innovation Forum (AAIF) in Singapore gathered over 580 C-level delegates across 17 countries to exchange insights and identify the opportunities driven by Asia Pacific’s US$3.3 trillion booming silver economy.
Themed ‘Integrated Care & Ageing Friendly Communities’, AAIF2016 showcased 45 international and local experts in aged care and seniors living to share on their perspectives on the latest innovations and best practice models on integrated care and ageing friendly communities. Unique to the 7th edition, AAIF featured for the first time in Singapore two World’s first model - the World’s First Vertical Green House Model from the USA through an engaging keynote session by President & CEO, Dr Audrey Weiner, Jewish Home Lifecare, and the World’s First Modern Hospice from the United Kingdom, driven by St Christopher’s Hospice’s Joint Chief Executive, Professor Heather Richardson.
Some key highlights from 7th Ageing Asia Innovation also included the launch of the inaugural Ageing Asia Future of Eldercare Operations Seminar that ran alongside the conference, targeted at managers and care teams in healthcare and eldercare to access global programmes, innovation and strategies that help to increase productivity, improve capabilities and quality of care. As part of Ageing Asia’s give back to the industry, Ageing Asia extended to all Singapore Intermediate and Long Term Care (ILTC) service providers complimentary tickets to the Seminar
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