Healthy and Active Ageing in Taiwan

Healthy ageing involves growing older while maintaining good health and a high quality of life. The Taiwan government addresses the issue of ageing through 3 important thrusts – innovation, inclusivity and sustainability. Picture a world where innovative use of technology supports graceful ageing, where diverse needs are met with empathy, and resources are wisely managed for on-going care. Welcome to Taiwan’s Long-term Care 2.0 where Seniors age with dignity at home supported by technology, and peek into its future where precision health planning leverages Artificial Intelligence to enable tailored support for the elderly.
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Dr HSU Ying-Shao

VP for Research and Development

National Taiwan Normal University

Ying-Shao Hsu is a Professor of Graduate Institute of Science Education and the Department of Earth Sciences, as well as Vice President for Research and Development at the National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU). She also holds the position of Chair Professor at NTNU. Her research focuses on auto-scoring, e-learning and teaching, SocioScientific Issue (SSI) teaching, inquiry learning, metacognition, and STEM education. Professor Hsu's research work has been recognized with Outstanding Research Awards by the Minister of Science Technology (MOST) in Taiwan.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1635-8213

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