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EKTG are continuing to work with a range of people to develop knowledge and understanding about Digital Skills and everyday services. 


Technology in Difficult Places – Part 2

Date: Wednesday, December 9th 2020 

The Webinar Team includes several EKTG International Ambassadors:

  • Ai-Llan Lim, International Ambassador, USA

  • Sabine Lobnig, International Ambassador, Austria

  • Spiros Peristeris. International Ambassador, Greece

Technology in Care Homes

Date: Wednesday, November 25th 2020 

The Webinar Team contributors: 

  • Henk.Herman Napp, EKTG International Ambassador, Netherlands

  • Rob Hobhead, DOCOBO, UK 

  • Ernie Graham, Graham Care Home, UK








Housing and Technology - Part 2

Date: Wednesday, November 11th 2020

The Webinar Team contributors: 

  • Craig White, EKTG Board Member and Agile Homes, UK

  • Brigitte Burhlen, EKTG International Ambassador Germany

  • Oliver Style, Praxis: Resilient Buildings, Barcelona, Spain

Technology: are you trained for your own work?

Date: Wednesday, October 28th 2020 

The Webinar Team contributors: 

  • Elena Parra Garcia, Spain

  • Angel Martinez Geldhof, Spain

  • Stephen Hope, DOCOBO, UK

  • Christiane Brockes, EKTG International Ambassador, Switzerland

Technology and support for people living alone or with special issues during this virus.


Date: Wednesday, October 14th 2020 

The Webinar Team contributors:

  • Clephane Hume, OT and Vicar, St John's Church, Edinburgh,

  • John Mcgrory, EKTG International Ambassador, Ireland,

  • Klaus Neilderlander, CEO, AAL Forum, Brussels.


Staying Healthy with Technology ! 

Wednesday, September 30th 2020

Liz Mestheneos, EKTG International Ambassador, Greece. will Chair the webinar.


The Webinar Speakers include:

  • Maggie Ellis, EKTG Coordinator

  • Dr Irene Lidoriki, Clinical Dietitian-nutritionist, Research fellow, First department of Surgery, Laikon Hospital of Athens.

  • Koli Miah, Early Education Practitioner Stratford and West Ham Neighbourhood team. Works at the Rebecca Cheetham, Nursey and Children's Centre UK



Coping with technology and planning beyond the Pandemic

Wednesday, September 16th 2020

The Webinar Team includes:​

  • Raguraman Padmanabhan, Clinical and Operational Service Lead, ELHCP

  • Sarah Boland, St John of God Community Services, Ireland

Wednesday, 2nd September  2020 - Better Technology and Housing

Webinar Team will include:

  • Craig White, Architect, Agile Homes, Bristol.

  • Brigitte Bührlen, International Ambassador, Germany

  • Stephen Hope,

Wednesday 26th August 2020 - Technology in Difficult Places

The Webinar Team includes several EKTG International Ambassadors:

  • Ai-Lian Lim, International Ambassador, USA

  • Vadim Kramer, International Ambassador, Finland

  • Sabine Lobnig, International Ambassador, Austria

  • Spiros Peristeris. International Ambassador, Greece and Jordan


Wednesday, 29th July 2020 - Digital Services and technologies can support people and their carers, how can they control technology. 

Steve Hope, DOCOBO and Member of EKTG CityWellnessLink Group

Richard Foggie, KTN

Ann Williams, Liverpool City Council

Liz Mestheneos, International Ambassador, Greece





Wednesday, 15th July 2020 - Managing healthcare and well-being from a distance
The challenges of Covid 19 

The Webinar Team includes several EKTG International Ambassadors:


Colin Ettinger, EKTG Chairman
John Mcgrory, International Ambassador, Irish Republic
Brigitte Burhlen, International Ambassador, Germany
Nikki Irwin, Senior Case Manager.

Thursday, 9th July 2020 - EKTG LG were involved with the APPG for Disability on Inclusive Technology.


The slides and presentations from the panellists 


Nasser Siabi – Founder and CEO of Microlink PC  - Presentation 

 The Russell Group - Presentation 


The Minutes can be read here

Wednesday, 24th June 2020 - EKTG Digital Services in the Community - a Better Understanding


The Webinar Team included several EKTG International Ambassadors: Maggie Ellis, EKTG Coordinator, Christiane Brockes, Switzerland, Henk-Herman Nap, The Netherlands, Sofia Moreno-Perez, Spain,  


Changing demography coupled with fast evolving mobile technologies creates a huge opportunity for innovation in delivering services in the community, especially to and with older and disabled people. We were established by senior officials in Brussels and there is a growing commitment across many nations to rapid deployment of services. 

The papers can be read here

Maggie Ellis - Presentation

Christiane Brockes - Presentation

Henk-Herman Nap - Presentation

Sofia Moreno-Perez - Presentation

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