Digital inclusion becomes a very important determinant of healthy ageing. It depends on access to internet and mobile network, user skill of the individuals and digital appropriation policies and programs. We observe such policies and program in four countries and beyond and highlight notable policies and programs to minimize the digital gap among older persons.
The policy becomes a reality when people respond to it with trust and participation. We observe notable events of communication, coordination and collaboration in Japan, ROK, Singapore and Thailand and around the world for digital inclusion and highlight in this page. These will help to eliminate different kinds of digital gaps occurring at different places of the world.
Senior citizen workshop about digital gap among older people in Japan
Senior citizen workshop about using digital technology