Founded in 2012 by Stephen Johnston and Katy Fike, Ageing2.0 strives to accelerate innovation to address the biggest challenges and opportunities in ageing. Ageing2.0’s international, interdisciplinary and intergenerational community has grown to 40k+ innovators across 31 countries.

Ageing 2.0 have a volunteer-run chapter network, which spans over 120 cities and has hosted more than 700 events around the world. They are now building out the world’s first collective intelligence platform for innovation in aging, The Collective.

In response to Covid-19, Ageing 2.0 have organised a series of global  online events that address specific topics and challenges relevant to the sector, and includes panel discussion with leading experts.   KareInn look forward to sharing the research they have conducted as part of the NHS Digital Pathfinders Consortium centred around, how technology can support care homes to keep residents safe, and reduce the number of hospital admissions.  

The Rachelle Mills will be joined by leading experts in the Social Care Sector, and the talk will take place in September 2020.