JAIN Young Professionals
JAIN Young professionals (JYPs) are students from the age of 18 with an interest in networking, brain health, artificial intelligence and making the consequences of living with dementia bearable. Our JYPs meet each other regularly and organize various projects that contribute to the realization of the mission of JAIN. JAIN’s mission is to fully support scientific research institutes and developers in bringing affordable products for people with dementia to the global population of 50 million people living with dementia today.
JAIN is committed to providing a high quality of life for people with dementia. We believe that young professionals are needed to achieve our mission. We believe that young professionals are needed to achieve our mission. They are the leaders of the future. They have new innovative ideas to make the quality of life of people with dementia and their carers more sustainable and social. That's why we have started the Young Professional Program in February 2021.
The way science and business work together to improve the quality of life for people with dementia and their carers has fundamentally changed. Technology and AI support in healthcare are no longer just option, but a necessity to keep the future of healthcare affordable and to guarantee high quality of life for the elderly. New innovative insights of young professionals will be needed to support people with dementia and their carers.
What can be your contribution as a young professional to this movement? How can you change the quality of life of people with dementia? How do you meet your own goals, and how can you communicate effectively?
JAIN helps the young professionals affiliated with JAIN break through the complexity by enabling them to build insights and help them to shape the quality of life of people with Artificial Intelligence.
JAIN is unparalleled in its ability to unite scientific researchers and business with any stakeholder group working towards sustainable development for people with dementia and caregivers. The JYP’s can follow the international Expert’s Monthly Meetings and the Conferences between JAIN and the foreign countries.
The JAIN Young Professionals can develop their own skills by working on projects for JAIN. By wworking together with members of the JAIN coalition, they will contribute to the mission of JAIN. They can organise and enlarge the JYP network worldwide and can contribute to dedicated JYP projects, such as projects:
- Prolonging life at home for people with dementia in the familiar environment for as long as possible.
- Increasing the self-reliance, co-reliance, and quality of life of people with memory loss.
- Improving support for relatives, informal carers and healthcare professionals.
- Making healthcare costs more efficient and effective.
With the help of internal JAIN coaches JYPs can promote themselves and their projects with, presentations, blogs and vlogs which will be published on the JAIN website and on all other social media channels.