Welcome to CAREGIVERSPRO-MMD HORIZON 2020 project website!
Our aim is to build a digital platform focusing on people living with dementia and their caregivers, considering this dyad as the unit of care and offering both a selection of advanced, individually tailored services that will improve the quality of their lives, wellbeing and medication adherence and enable them to live well in the community for as long as possible.
More specifically, the CAREGIVERSPRO-MMD expected benefits for all stakeholders are:
People living with dementia
Personalised care plan, offering a combination of medication and behavioural treatments, customised to their personal needs. A range of services for improving quality of life and independence, through the provision of solution focused information, support and advice through social networking and memory aids. Discrete, constantly available monitoring, allowing fast adjustments to the care plan.
Provision of social networking, information and wellbeing management tools to increase the social integration and support networks for caregivers. Personalised care plan, offering a combination of medication, behavioural and optimised treatment. Reduction of stress and burn-out phenomena.
Reduction of time spent on administration, including data collection on people living with dementia and caregivers’ wellbeing. Decision support for treatment options, correlations with behavioural changes and association with medical, psychological and social changes, allowing future improvement in care plans and preventive interventions.
Social worker professionals
Better understanding on elderly user evolution, behavioral changes and social participation. Intervention that facilitates monitoring, interaction and engagement in society.
Overall healthcare system
Reduced hospitalisations of people living with dementia and caregivers. Delayed need for people with dementia to enter care homes.
Subscribe to our Newsletter
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 690211