"Grandwiki" - collecting and sharing lessons of the past for healthier living today
Let's collect, publish and disseminate valuable "life lessons" from older people in our societies - from cooking from scratch to achieving a healthier work/life balance.
Can we create a "grandwiki" or similar to harvest all of the seemingly forgotten life lessons from older people in our societies?
From cooking healthy and nutritious meals from scratch to learning to value the important things in life and, in doing so, creating a better work life balance - there's an awful lot that we can learn from older people.
Lessons could be connected and disseminated online, even delivered in person perhaps through excellent networks like the Women's Institute, Girl Guides, Boy Scouts, Men's Shed's, AIESEC, employee networks etc
19 Evaluations Evaluation results
Is this concept addressing clear health needs for users?
|Indeed! It’s addressing an unmet need in a new way|
|Yep – it’s addressing a need but in an already crowded space|
|It’s not clear to see how this idea would significantly improve people’s health|
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|This concept rocked my world|
|I liked it but prefered others|
|It didn't get my overly excited.|
Does this concept feel like it could potentially be sustained as a business or movement over years rather than just months? Does it feel like it will continue to be relevant in the future?
|This concept has enough momentum to stand on its own two feet and remain relevant for years to come|
|It’s not clear how long it would take for this concept to stand on its own feet or how it will continue – but there’s reason to feel hopeful|
|This concept may have trouble sustaining itself in the long-run and stay relevant|
How easy would it be for people to get involved and improve their health with this idea?
|Very easy. It's clear how people could get involved quickly in this concept|
|I'm not sure if I can grasp how people could get involved easily|
|It seems challenging for people to get involved quickly in this concept|
Does this concept have the potential to reach large numbers of people?
|Sure. I could imagine this would spread like wild fire|
|It's interesting but feels like it would be slow or challenging to grow|
|It seems somewhat limited in scope|
Idea submitted by: Beth Worrall
December 11, 2012,
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