QUESTIONNAIRE best practices and existing ... - Q-AGEING project

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QUESTIONNAIRE best practices and existing ... - Q-AGEING project

Q-AGEING: quality ageing in an urban environmentRelevant to the two major topics in the projectThe practice should reflect creative solutions to the major topics of the Q-Ageing project: urbanenvironment and public services.EvaluationThe selected practice should demonstrate a tangible and positive impact on the individuals andpopulation served that can be measured quantitatively and/or qualitatively.TransparencyThe practice/policy should clearly describe the objectives and expected outcomes.SustainabilityThe practice should write down clearly the methods to be sustainable (how? Why?).Potential for replication and transferabilityThe practice should be able to serve as a model for generating new projects and initiativeselsewhere. It should be possible to transfer it to other European countries. Describe how.Innovative perspectiveIs the practice innovative in promotion of quality ageing in later life stages (60+)?Cost-benefitHow has the practice achieved the desired results with the most cost-efficient use of resources?3.2 Types of practices to be selected by the partnersEach municipality project partner and PP9 is requested to provide at least 4local/regional best practices (by filling 4 sheets) on promoting quality ageing that have beendeveloped for people aged 60 and above: two under the topic of public services and anothertwo linked to urban environment.When you use the questionnaire, please try to match your examples to the major topicsmentioned above, under point 3.Each knowledge provider partner (PP4, PP8 and PP9) is requested to provide at least 4best practices on promoting quality ageing that have been developed for people aged 60 andabove at EU level: two under the topic of public services and another two linked to urbanenvironment.5

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