2012 : European Year for Active Ageing - Part 1

Type: Stockshots [long]   Référence: I071820   Durée: 19:52  Lieu: Amsterdam - Public employement service | Fredericia - Hannerup Pleje Rehabilitation Centre | Copenhagen | Ferndown - The Barrington Centre
This video stockshots illustrates the launch of the European Year for Active Ageing, in Copenhagen, on 18 January 2012. The European Year for Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations aims to foster the conditions that make for a better future for both young and old in our ageing societies. The key is ensuring that people can continue to contribute to the economy and to society and to look after themselves as they grow old. Active ageing is about creating a wide range of opportunities to allow older people to play their part on the labour market, to participate to society and to live independently for as long as possible.

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00:00:00 Credits and title 00:00:13
00:00:13 EUROPEAN YEAR FOR ACTIVE AGEING : 2012 - PART 1 00:00:05
00:00:18 1.SOCIAL LIFE 00:06:19
00:00:18 Title 00:00:05
00:00:23 In the United Kingdom, the Dorset Partnership for Older People Project (POPP) is one of the 29 national Pilots initially funded under the Department of Health Partnership for Older People Projects programme. The vision of Dorset POPP is 'to build supportive communities to enable older people to remain living in their own homes for as long as they wish' by developing responsive, appropriate services and activities at a localised level.Dorset POPP is primarily a partnership between Dorset County Council, NHS Dorset, the Third Sector, and older people. However the programme has developed a robust working partnership that extends beyond this and includes a range of other service providers, including Dorset Fire and Rescue, Dorset Police, Libraries, Community Matrons, Community Pharmacies and others.This is a 50+ Forum held at the Barrington Centre, Ferndown, Dorset during the Christmas period in 2011. 00:00:00
00:00:23 Exterior shot of The Barrington Centre 00:00:07
00:00:30 Close up of "The Barrington Centre" sign 00:00:05
00:00:35 Audience listening to Janice Gosby, doctor, which is giving a speech about safety 00:00:07
00:00:42 Janice Gosby's speech 00:00:28
00:01:10 Cutaway of the audience 00:00:04
00:01:14 Janice Gosby's speech (2 shots) 00:00:16
00:01:30 Close up of a booklet 00:00:09
00:01:39 Cutaway of the audience 00:00:05
00:01:44 Close up of the "Dorset Police Authority" logo 00:00:04
00:01:48 Wide shot of a stand on safety matters 00:00:05
00:01:53 Table with various stickers, one of them: "No Uninvited Doorstep Traders" 00:00:05
00:01:58 Close up of "This is a neighbourhood watch area" sign 00:00:04
00:02:02 Close up of "Ferndown Police Community Office" sign 00:00:07
00:02:09 Wide shot of the stand 00:00:05
00:02:14 People gathered at Parkinsons disease information stand 00:00:11
00:02:25 Two women talking at the Parkinsons' stand 00:00:07
00:02:32 Close up of a woman's face at the Parkinsons' stand 00:00:12
00:02:44 Close up of a woman's face as she listens at Parkinsons' stand 00:00:11
00:02:55 Close up of "Help my Grandad" poster 00:00:05
00:03:00 Close up of brochures on the table at the Parkinsons' stand 00:00:05
00:03:06 Two women preparing the Christmas buffet 00:00:05
00:03:10 Close up on women preparing the buffet 00:00:03
00:03:14 Elderly people serving themselves at buffet (2 shots) 00:00:14
00:03:28 Close up of woman's hands as she serves herself at the buffet 00:00:05
00:03:33 Elderly people serving themselves at buffet 00:00:06
00:03:39 Two women pulling Christmas crackers 00:00:10
00:03:48 Close up of the interior of a Christmas cracker 00:00:08
00:03:56 Close up of a woman's face as she eats 00:00:06
00:04:02 Two women eating 00:00:09
00:04:11 Close up of a woman's face as she eats 00:00:08
00:04:19 Table with people eating and talking 00:00:09
00:04:28 Close up of a woman's face as she eats 00:00:09
00:04:37 Elderly people eating (2 shots) 00:00:11
00:04:48 Close up of man's hands as he eats 00:00:05
00:04:53 Close up of a woman's face as she eats 00:00:05
00:04:58 Two women gathering raffle tickets 00:00:05
00:05:04 Close up of a woman's face as she eats 00:00:05
00:05:09 Close up of woman's hands as she tears out raffle tickets 00:00:05
00:05:14 Close up of a tupperware with the raffle tickets 00:00:06
00:05:19 Chairman reading out prize-winning numbers 00:00:07
00:05:26 Woman picking up her prize 00:00:09
00:05:35 Close up of a woman picking up a prize from the table 00:00:05
00:05:40 Close up of a woman's face 00:00:05
00:05:46 Man picking up his prize 00:00:00
00:05:46 Wide shot of musicians on stage 00:00:16
00:06:02 Musicians playing on stage 00:00:04
00:06:06 Close up of women listening 00:00:04
00:06:10 Audience clapping 00:00:03
00:06:13 Audience dancing 00:00:05
00:06:18 Woman singing 00:00:07
00:06:25 Audience dancing 00:00:12
00:06:38 2.INDEPENDENT LIVING 00:13:15
00:06:38 Tilte 00:00:10
00:06:48 In Denmark, the lifelong living project is an example of a new model for interaction between the elderly citizens and the municipality of Fredericia, focusing on "everyday rehabilitation". The objective of the model is to maintain physical, social and cognitive abilities, in order to postpone age-related weakening health. Citizens requesting practical or personal assistance are offered the possibility of taking part in a 6-8 week long intensive rehabilitation programme where citizens are trained to perform tasks themselves. The first results are very promising. After the intensive rehabilitation programme, the citizens' need for practical and personal assistance falls considerably and many people do not require further assistance. This project also offers the possibility of care in the home. The number of requested services has decreased significantly and the cost has decreased by app. 70 000 EUR per month, which is directly related to the project. The municipality is now starting to enlarge the programme so that it does not only include newly referred elderly citizens, but also those who currently receive assistance. The objective is that 10% of the referred elderly become completely self-reliant and 40 % become partially self-reliant. 00:00:00
00:06:48 Exterior views of the rehabilitation centre (3 shots) 00:00:10
00:06:58 Preben Willadsen, 62 years old, entering the centre after being hospitalized because of a broken arm, returned to his own home. He was trained to enable him to carry out everyday activities by "Hverdagsrehabiliteringen" but he was unable to take care of himself and he so came here. He is now ready to return to his own home again. The centre trained him by motivating him to get out of bed, take a shower, preparing food and physical training. 00:00:06
00:07:04 Entering the fitness room with the therapist 00:00:09
00:07:13 Doing some arm exercises 00:00:05
00:07:18 Close up of Preben Willadsen's face 00:00:05
00:07:23 Using the bicycle with the help of the therapist 00:00:10
00:07:32 Close up of Preben Willadsen's feet 00:00:05
00:07:37 Using the bicycle and talking to the therapist 00:00:06
00:07:43 Close up of Preben Willadsen's hands 00:00:04
00:07:46 On his bike talking with the therapist 00:00:07
00:07:53 Cleaning a table with therapist (2 shots) 00:00:10
00:08:03 Putting bean bags in a box 00:00:07
00:08:10 Close up of bags 00:00:06
00:08:17 Doing arm exercises with the therapist 00:00:06
00:08:23 Close up Preben Willadsen's arm 00:00:05
00:08:28 Using sports equipment (2 shots) 00:00:10
00:08:38 Close up of the machine 00:00:05
00:08:43 Doing leg exercises 00:00:05
00:08:48 Close up of Preben Willadsen's face 00:00:05
00:08:53 Therapists walking in the corridor 00:00:05
00:08:58 Therapist with Johnny Larsen, an 80 year old patient. He has been in an intensive care apartment in the hospital for a long time following a pneumonia and an intestinal inflammation. He has been on a respirator for a long time and now cannot swallow and so is fed through a stomach probe. Therapists train him to carry out everyday activities such as walking, eating and getting dressed. Johnny hopes to be able to return to his own home again and live more independently 00:00:12
00:09:10 Johnny Larsen putting on his socks 00:00:16
00:09:26 Johnny Larsen putting on his sweater 00:00:13
00:09:39 Johnny Larsen walking on the corridor with the therapist (2 shots) 00:00:11
00:09:50 Therapist bringing the food and the feeding tube to Johnny Larsen 00:00:04
00:09:54 Therapist installing the feeding tube 00:00:05
00:09:59 Close up of the feeding tube 00:00:10
00:10:09 Therapist activating the feeding tube 00:00:05
00:10:14 Close up of the feeding device 00:00:05
00:10:19 Johnny Larsen playing Sudoku while the feeding device is working 00:00:04
00:10:23 Close up of Johnny Larsen's face 00:00:05
00:10:28 Therapist helping Johnny Larsen settle down to rest 00:00:12
00:10:41 Close up of the therapist's hand on Johnny Larsen's leg 00:00:04
00:10:44 Therapist arriving for the daily meeting 00:00:08
00:10:53 Discussions in the meeting room 00:00:05
00:10:58 Close up of a therapist 00:00:05
00:11:03 Close up of some notes 00:00:05
00:11:08 Discussions in the meeting room 00:00:10
00:11:18 Close up of a therapist 00:00:05
00:11:23 Close up of the daily programme 00:00:05
00:11:28 General views of the street and buildings in Fredericia (3 shots) 00:00:15
00:11:42 Erna Nielsen is 84 years old. A trainer comes to her home everyday to help her do exercises and check pains in her back. She lives on her own in the suburb of Fredericia. She is totally independent 00:00:08
00:11:50 Close up of the patient's feet and trainer in the corridor 00:00:11
00:12:01 Erna Nielsen doing exercises with trainer 00:00:08
00:12:10 Trainer helping Erna Nielsen to put on her shoes 00:00:11
00:12:20 Erna Nielsen putting on her jacket (2 shots) 00:00:12
00:12:33 Erna Nielsen going outside and closing her door 00:00:10
00:12:42 Erna Nielsen walking in the street (2 shots) 00:00:12
00:12:54 Entering the supermarket 00:00:06
00:13:00 Shopping in the supermarket (3 shots) 00:00:22
00:13:23 Paying at the cash desk 00:00:07
00:13:29 Erna Nielsen packing up her shopping 00:00:06
00:13:35 Arriving home 00:00:04
00:13:40 In the stairs 00:00:06
00:13:46 Erna Nielsen tiding away food in her kitchen 00:00:07
00:13:52 Erna Nielsen going to her laundry room 00:00:09
00:14:01 Erna Nielsen putting laundry in the washing machine 00:00:05
00:14:07 Erna Nielsen adding detergent to the washing machine 00:00:07
00:14:14 Folding clothes (2 shots) 00:00:13
00:14:27 Title 00:00:05
00:14:27 3.EMPLOYMENT 00:00:00
00:14:32 In the Netherlands, the aim of the UWV Werkbedrijf project is to organize regular meetings for jobseekers aged over 55 years so that they can help each other, share their experiences and pool their resources to find a job. The local jobseekers service helps them by offering them tools and facilities. An experienced coach helps at the first meeting to accompany them individually and to advise them on best practices to apply for jobs. The UWV Werkbedrijf has trained 26 specialized coaches to supervise these groups of people aged 55+. The coaches have a double mission: they have to assure that the jobseekers over 55 years of age stay in touch with the employment market and also they have to help them find a job by relying on the networks built up with other group members. 00:00:00
00:14:32 General view of Amsterdam 00:00:05
00:14:37 Building of UWV Werkbedrijf 00:00:05
00:14:42 Arrival of the participants and the coach, Tanja Kragt, at the meeting 00:00:08
00:14:49 Close up of the framework " I know how to work together" 00:00:04
00:14:54 Last training session and welcome by the coach 00:00:22
00:15:16 Coach and participants around the table.The coach explains an exercise in which participants have to give an example of a professional accomplishment they are proud of 00:00:13
00:15:29 Close up of the coach 00:00:00
00:15:29 Close-up of coach's hands 00:00:03
00:15:32 Participant Roel Dop explaining his professional accomplishment 00:00:08
00:15:41 Close up of a participant 00:00:04
00:15:45 Participant Roel Dop explaining his professional accomplishment 00:00:13
00:15:58 Close up of the board 00:00:05
00:16:03 Corrections on a participant's work 00:00:07
00:16:10 Man using the board for a presentation 00:00:07
00:16:17 Coach and participant listening to the presentation 00:00:05
00:16:22 Magazine "network for 55+" 00:00:05
00:16:27 Participants discussing a pocket-sized CV. The aim of the exercise is to create a carriable CV, which could be always on oneself 00:00:07
00:16:35 Pocket CV in the hands of a participant 00:00:05
00:16:39 Close up of participants 00:00:05
00:16:44 Close up of a pocket CV 00:00:05
00:16:49 Participants discussing together 00:00:04
00:16:53 Coach and participant looking at job offers 00:00:05
00:16:58 Close up of the coach's hand showing the job offers 00:00:07
00:17:05 Close up of job offers 00:00:05
00:17:10 Participant's arrivals. On 16/11/2011, as part of the one-month Plus UWV action, more than 700 jobseekers participated in the 50-plus "Inspiration day". Jobseekers could choose from a dozen workshops, including Social Media, How I present Myself to an Employer, Job Application Tips, Photography for a CV. Potential employers offering job vacancies were present and it was possible to make an appointment for an interview. There were also information stands from companies such as UWV, intermediate, Uitzendburo's. 00:00:06
00:17:15 Welcome desk (2 shots) 00:00:09
00:17:24 Close up of cards 00:00:05
00:17:29 Participants at the plenary session (3 shots) 00:00:15
00:17:44 Plenary session. Peter Stoks, chairman of the meeting, project manager within UWV Werkbedrijf, gives a welcome speech and congratulates all the participants for taking part 00:00:04
00:17:48 Participants at the plenary session 00:00:05
00:17:53 Peter Stoks explaining that there are a lot of workshops and employers present 00:00:10
00:18:04 Participants listening 00:00:04
00:18:07 Jeroen Busscher, talking about innovation and creativity, asking participants to stand up and to discuss networking. 00:00:17
00:18:24 Participants networking 00:00:05
00:18:29 Participants discussing and networking 00:00:06
00:18:36 Writing on a notebook 00:00:04
00:18:39 Workshop around "Linkedin" and participants working on computers with coach 00:00:05
00:18:44 Close up of a participant 00:00:05
00:18:49 Cutaway of the participants 00:00:05
00:18:54 Close up of a participant typing on a computer keyboard 00:00:05
00:18:59 Workshop coach giving explanations to a participant 00:00:10
00:19:09 "Eures" stand for mobility of workers in Europe 00:00:07
00:19:16 Close up of the "Europe wants you! Play the Eures game" card 00:00:04
00:19:20 Discussion between two participants 00:00:04
00:19:24 Workshop on "Photography" helping participants get a good picture for a CV 00:00:04
00:19:28 Participant being photographed in the "Photography" workshop 00:00:06
00:19:34 Make up being applied prior to taking the photos 00:00:04
00:19:38 General view of the reception 00:00:05
00:19:43 Copyright 00:00:09
00:19:52 END 00:00:00
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