Health + Smart Technology + Age-friendly environments = SHAFE

The aim of SHAFE interventions is to facilitate healthy, independent living and social inclusion.

What is SHAFE?

Learn about how SHAFE approaches can help you, your family, or your community

Hands-on SHAFE aims to deliver informal learning experiences and hands-on tools to implement SMART and HEALTHY BUILT environments

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Learning about SHAFE approaches could be the next step towards starting your own business

Courses are free for you to complete at your own pace

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SHAFE and BUSINESS learning experiences

Hands-on SHAFE is a project that aims to deliver informal learning experiences and hands-on tools to implement SMART and HEALTHY BUILT environments or to develop BUSINESS in this area.

All this will be made available publicly and for free upon registration. Registration on the site will also be for free.

What is Shafe?

View the Hands-on SHAFE poster

View the Hands-on SHAFE flyer

Last News and Events

Hands-on SHAFE Poster and Flyer released

The Hands-on SHAFE consortium partners have developed in different languages a Poster and Flyer explaining briefly the SHAFE concept and how to become a facilitator that can implement Smart Healthy... Read more

Electrical & electronic engineering interns participate in EU community engagement project

Over the past two years, 3rd year electrical & electronic engineering students from the programmes TU821 and TU716 in the School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering have been embedded in a... Read more

Hands-on SHAFE Newsletter #2

Introduction Welcome to the second Newsletter of the Hands-on SHAFE Erasmus+ project! We are happy to inform you about the progress of the project and the results we have already produced. If you... Read more

Hands-on SHAFE Multiplier Event in Hanau (Germany)

By Jesper Schulze, ISIS Social Research On Wednesday 22 September, the first multiplier event in Germany for the Hands-on SHAFE project took place in Hanau. The event was organised by ISIS Social... Read more

Engineering student interns from TU Dublin get involved in Hands-on SHAFE

Over the past two academic years, two successive cohorts of electronic engineering and computer engineering students from TU Dublin have been engaged in SHAFE community-based learning project work... Read more

Hands-on SHAFE: Testing of the first half of learning modules

“Very needed”, “take care of diversity”, “use short sentences” and “make it visual”, were some of the comments we received from partners and Irish guests on the draft learning modules of the Hands-on... Read more

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Hands-on SHAFE is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union, Key Action 204 Adult Education programme.

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