What opportunities do designers see to create new forms of connection for people with and without a chronic condition?
19 Oct 2020 - 14:30 - 16:00
Contact and intimacy are crucial to our quality of life; recently this realization has hit us hard. Despite all the new digital possibilities, a great sense of loss still remains. Based on concrete projects from the Chronically Healthy network, designers and public health professionals discuss opportunities and attempt to leverage them to arrive at new forms of connection, something which is of great importance in the current climate. Be inspired by examples that introduce new ways of working and thinking for a more people-oriented care system, such as the project ‘Spiegel Stem’ from Monobanda which helps children with a mental disability to deal with feelings of aggression or restlessness.
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