Startdatum: januari 1, 2017 Einddatum: juni 30, 2020
This work package is subdivided in two parts: (1) the practical joint development of the pilots and the social innovation process by all partners and (2) the joint monitoring and evaluation through all knowledge partners. For (1), partners will determine together how they will setup the pilots and what they will concretely do in each phase of the pilot, i.e. the explore phase, the design & develop phase, the test phase and the evaluate phase. Thefact that all pilots will go through the same steps allows a maximum of comparison, feedback and adjustment of each step. This joint methodology will form a solid basis for other interested organisations in the 2 Seas area beyond to embark on a similar trajectory. For (2), the aim is to develop a robust evaluation and monitoring methodology on two levels (a), how does the health&wellbeing of the elderly change, (b) how effective are the pilots and the social innovation process on the whole. Under the lead of Bournemouth University all knowledge partners will form an experts group. Each regional knowledge partner will assist with the monitoring in their own region to facilitate the data collection and to avoid language barriers. The developed joint theoretical framework will capture the results and allow a meaningful crossborder monitoring. For the theoretical input, the partners can already build on the results of the Destination Feelgood project (http://bit.ly/2d660oS) and Sustrip (http://bit.ly/2cWoZnl).