Purpose

To help people with cognitive impairment to live a healthy, active and meaningful life, being empowered by nutritional guidance, physical activity promotion, cognitive exercise, social activity and positive care planning.

Target group

People with mild cognitive impairment.

Impact for citizen

Many elderly people are affected by mild cognitive impairment. This situation may or may not progress to dementia. People suffering from MCI are faced with doubt, worry and diminishing self-worth while often being afraid to look for help. Resilien-t can support them supporting self-empowerment and exploiting their individual’s residual competencies.

Impact for staff

Resilien-t offers a services to people living with mild cognitive impairment that are usually difficult to reach by regular care organizations, which results in a care service vacuum.

Economic impact.

Dementia represents a major burden for industrialized societies and increasingly for all societies around the world. Supporting people in the first stage of cognitive impairment is thus an imperative both from the individual (patients generally report higher preference for their home over other living arrangements) as well as from the societal and governmental point of view.

Cost of product

Not available yet.

Life expectancy of product

Other costs of acquisition and setup

Expected annual costs

The project is in its first year and the business model is under development.

Special requirements

Internet connection

Is the product for personal use or can it be used by (how) many people?

The product is designed for personal use.

Is the product intended for training purposes?

Not specifically.

How much time is needed for the user or staff to get to know how to use of the product?

Very little.

Has the product been presented before at other exhibitions or venues?

Italian AAL forum 19-21 June 2019

Experiences from practice (examples)

The project is still in its first year.

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