The closing conference was held in Budapest, on 9th May 2019.

After the coordinator's introduction about demographic changes and carers in the 21st century, the results of the Grandis research were presented to the audience, focusing on the digital presence and usage of tools by adults over 65.

A presentation about the positive aspects of ageing was followed by a demonstration of smart devices and AI (artificial intelligence) supporting active ageing. In the afternoon participants were introduced to the e-learning platform and the online course.

On June 26, 2019 the French partner, Guimel organized an event to present the e-learning platform and the online course.

According to the feedback received, the course material is well adapted to the target audience. The majority of attendants found it relevant to integrate the training into their professionalization program.

A dissemination event was held by the French partner in Bordeaux on 31-May-2019. The curriculum and the online course was presented to attendants, who reported on the feedback form that the design of a training program covering ICT-based telecare systems was very much relevant, and that the topics covered by the four modules are all interesting for caregivers.

They found the e-learning platform attractive and easy to navigate. According to their feedback, the learning objectives of the course are clear, and the material offers good opportunities for task-based learning.

The event organized by the Irish project partner, ICS Skills on 7th November 2018 was very well received. Attendants were aware of the demographic shift that would require innovative solutions for the care of older people, but had little experience of such technology in action.

They regarded the Grandis curriculum to be very helpful in reducing resistance among carers to using technology and in helping them to get started with it. The devices selected for explanation were considered relevant, practical and simple to use.

The aim of the event was to involve stakeholders from the UK into the needs-analysis to identify the special requirements and problems encountered from the demographic changes. The participants came from technology companies and information technology teachers to see how their view of supporting older adults in the community fits with the online survey conducted with the older adults themselves.

On 25th October 2017 the first Hungarian consultation with stakeholders was organized by SZÁMALK-SZALÉZI Post-Secondary Vocational School in Budapest.

The aim of the event was to get familiar with senior care ICT devices and applications available in Hungary, and to start the cooperation with developers and manufacturers. Social care workers and VET teachers were represented besides the manufacturers, developers who gave the presentations.