Listening, sharing & doing, like a good
event should.

09:30  – Introduction to Day 2

09:40 – Lecture
(elements of) Objects as dialogues in design for dementia
Dr.Jayne Wallace & Tommy Dykes, School of Design, Northumbria University, UK
Wallace presentation / Dykes presentation

10:20 – Presentation
A case study from Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart, Germany
Stefanie Schwarz - presentation

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10:40  Coffee Break
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11:10Lecture
Design in practice: Designer engagement and methodology
Rita Maldonado Branco, University of Porto, Portugal

11:50Presentation
Case study from BTK University for Art & Design, Germany
Lasse Rosenfeld, BTK, Germany - presentation

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12:00
– Lunch
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13:00Workshop
1) The Course of the Future / What does a design course/module look like? What is the relevance of it or the purpose driving it? What are the prerequisites? What are the expected outcomes? How long does it last? How do you measure it’s success? What disciplines will be involved? Who are the necessary parties? etc.
2) The Sustainable Future / What kind of system enables the designer of the future to work in a sustainale context?

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15:00
– Coffee Break
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15:30Roundtable Discussion
Critical Reflection and Roundtable; Relevance of Social Design to Design Education/society
Catherine Stones, University of Leeds, UK

16:30Closing Words

day 1
September 14, 2016

09:30Introduction and Welcome
Andrea Wilkinson & Niels Hendriks, Social Spaces, LUCA School of Arts, KULeuven, Belgium
presentation

09:50Presentation
Why/How we design for and together with persons with dementia
Andrea Wilkinson & Niels Hendriks, Social Spaces, LUCA School of Arts, KULeuven, Belgium
presentation

10:30Lecture
Deep diving for empathy & meaningful stories, objects and rituals
Dr. Helma Van Rijn - presentation

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11:10 – Coffee Break
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11:40Presentation
A case study from Folkwang University, Essen
Prof. (stv.) Carolin Schreiber, Folkwang University, Essen, Germany
Dipl. Des. Nina Pillen, Folkwang University, Essen, Germany
presentation

12:00Lecture
How will the ecology of persons surrounding the person with dementia (caregivers, family,...) get a role in the design process
Dr. John Vines, School of Computing Science, Newcastle University, UK
presentation

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12:40
– Lunch
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13:40Workshop
1) The Designer of the Future / What does the designer of the future need to respond to real-world-relevant (social design) topics such as designing for and together with persons with dementia
2) Personal reflection on Social Design issues / What are the expriences working within Social Design topics that have changed how we do research or teach? 

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15:40 – Coffee Break
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16:00Activity
Due to the high number of participants, the original plan of visiting a care facility has been changed. We sincerely apologise for this change in schedule. This has been replaced with an chance to meet and greet the other participants and to share stories your experiences in designing for people with dementia, your experience doing this sort of social design project within design education and for sharing personal stories as well. 

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19:30
– Dinner in centre of Essen
Optional, at participants' own expense
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day 2
September 15, 2016

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