28 members divided into 6 membership categories:


Social Welfare and Protection:

Prevention, Treatment & Care and Services:

Local and Regional players and bodies:

Industrial and Enterprise players:


  • Coderpa de l’Aube (a local consultative body representing the needs of retired and elderly persons)
  • Subscription rates:

    Subscription rates – Approved by the General Assembly on 21 February 2013
    Social welfare and protection
    Local and regional players and bodies
    Prevention, Care and Services
    Industrial players
    1000 €
    Major Industrial Players (5 000 employees or more) 5000 €

    *Discounted subscription of €200 for microstructures: users’ associations, expert centres, very small businesses and structures (fewer than 5 employees)

    Membership gives access to the association’s expertise:

    In the following fields:

        • Policies on prevention, dependency, frailty and helping elderly people to continue living at home
        • Analysis of the needs and requirements of patients and their carers, and analysis of the practices of professional care staff
        • Evaluation of technology-based care solutions for frail elderly people, people with chronic conditions and disabled people

    By the following means:

      • International seminars: 1 invitation per member per annual cycle of two or three seminars
      • Online document bank for members only (access subject to membership of the association for the year in which the documents were produced):
        • documents on indicators of frailty and vulnerability (2010-11)
        • documents on evaluation methods for technology-based solutions (2011-2012)
        • documents on action to prevent disease and promote health applied to the elderly (2013-14)
        • documents on uses, ethics and business models of technologies for the elderly (2016-2017)
      • Responses to calls for research and development projects at the European, national and regional levels:
        • support from MADoPA’s operations team and its network in setting up projects in which MADoPA is also involved
        • invitations to join European, national and regional consortiums
      • Ad hoc research: priority to members for the conduct of research and studies
      • Communication: information disseminated on the website and in MADoPA Info, the association’s newsletter
      • Training: special rates for members and the possibility of onsite training
      • Intelligence and monitoring of issues related to the topic of the frailty and vulnerability of elderly persons (ongoing)