About Curando: Curando is a non-profit organization offering integrated care services from home care to residential elderly care services in the western part of Flanders, the Dutch speaking region in Belgium (about 900 employees and 450 volunteers). As all healthcare organizations, we are facing important changes brought on by an aging population, changing in regulation, as well as rapid advances in technology improving health for patients, and enabling new care regimens. Examples of challenges we are facing in Belgium and in our organization are electronic exchanging health data, electronic healthcare records, eHealth, mobile health, wearables,… Curando is an innovative organization looking to respond on this challenges but also seizing opportunities. But, with this increasingly growing digitalization, we need to be aware of the impact on our staff, our caregivers, nurses and paramedics. How can we enable them to face these change and reinforce them. That is why we are working on a project, funded by the European Social Fund (ESF). Our project proposal, called wE-c@re, was approved by ESF for the next step. About WE-c@re With this project, Curando wants to create a innovative learning environment where caregivers are stimulated to develop 21st century skills, more specific digital literacy.To achieve this goal, Curando wants to focus on and integrate 3 aspects: the healthcare lab, innovative learning methods and a user-friendly and accessible digitization of the work- and learning environment. 1. The healthcare labThe lab is a physical space, whether or not movable, where innovative care technologies are presented. A visit will give caregivers the opportunity to explore the future of their own work context.2. Innovative learning methodesBased on the need for 21st century skills, a lack of time to organize a lot of classroom education for caregivers and an increasing belief in the combination of different learning methods, we want to use innovative learning methods to develop these skills.3. user-friendly and accessible digitization of the work- and learning environmentWe want a user-friendly and accessible digitalization of the work- and learning environment. Installing triggers on the workfloor should challenge people on a daily basis to learn to deal with innovative digital tools. The deliverable of the project will be a useful toolbox that will be made available to both Flemish and European interested parties.