Innovations are made by and for people and thus, we should also develop them together. The State Competence Center Digital Care (PflegeDigital@BW) creates the setting to do just that. Initiated by and in cooperation with the Ministry of Social Affairs, Health and Integration Baden-Württemberg, we have been developing, analysing and communicating digitally supported solutions for long-term care together with partners from the field, from academia, wider society, industry and government.
PflegeDigital@BW raises awareness and connects people and organisations from different sectors and professions. With our range of services, we want to inspire people with care and assistance needs, caregivers, and those involved in civil society about the opportunities of digitalisation and at the same time sensitize them to the challenges. Together with the many different players in long-term care, we will create concepts for training and continuing education, organise workshops with management and staff, analyse, moderate and provide support for digitalisation measures, transformation processes as well as innovation projects in long-term care facilities and other organisations.
We look forward to exchanging ideas together – with you.
2015 The LebensPhasenHaus opened
6000 +Visitors to the LebensPhasenHaus
The main office in Tübingen.
The team at the main office consists of people with many different professional backgrounds – and a lot of experience. The practitioners with nursing experience are joined by plenty of teaching experience and a wide range of scientific expertise – from the natural sciences to engineering and the social sciences. The main office of the State Competence Center Digital Care is connected to the LebensPhasenHaus in Tübingen. For many years, this has combined consulting, networking and development in the area of self-determined living and housing. Here, too, the focus is on making social and technical innovations tangible, demonstrating potential, and jointly removing barriers and obstacles.