PROCare4Life concludes

01 July 2023

On June 30th, 2023, the PROCare4Life project came to a conclusion.  This project had many goals, but at its core it was about helping people gain a better quality of life and we are so proud of the work we have achieved and honoured to have carried out that work with so many special people…

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Sharing our lessons learned with EU projects

01 July 2023

June 30th, 2023 marked the final day of the PROCare4Life project, and we had the honour of sharing this special day with our partners from ValueCare, ADLIFE, and eSmart. As part of our collaborative work through the Horizon Results Booster Project, we held a free webinar to share experiences from our projects and learn from…

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World Parkinson’s Day 2023

11 April 2023

Today, we mark World Parkinson’s Day to raise awareness of a condition that has touched almost everyone involved in PROCare4Life. As a project aiming to improve quality of life for older people with neurodegenerative conditions, Parkinson’s Disease is central to PROCare4Life’s works. Many of partners specialise in Parkinson’s care, and many of our pilot participants…

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PROCare4Life holds successful review with the European Commission

09 March 2023

As we enter our final months, the PROCare4Life consortium had an incredibly positive and constructive meeting with reviewers from the European Commission to report on our outcomes and discuss how we will bring our project to a strong conclusion. As a Horizon 2020-funded project, PROCare4Life is a part of the EU’s strategy to deliver better…

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Bruce Willis and the care pathways for people with neurodegenerative conditions

22 February 2023

In recent days, the family of actor Bruce Willis announced that he had been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia. In this brave announcement which has brought worldwide awareness and attention to this condition, the Willis family spoke about learning to live as full a life as possible with the disease. While there is currently no cure…

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PROCare4Life – Public Event in Milan

03 February 2023

On Thursday February 16th, 2023, PROCare4Life will host a public event in Milan to share some of the knowledge gathered as part of our project. The event will focus on the topic of digital integrated care in neurological disease, one of the main focuses of PROCare4Life. It coincides with a project meeting for our consortium,…

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Wall of Fame

10 October 2022

October 1st was the International Day of Older Persons, and this year’s theme was ‘The Resilience and Contributions of Older Women. To celebrate the amazing women taking part in the PROCare4Life pilots around Europe, we have created a Wall of Fame, where asked a them about their achievements and how digital solutions can help them…

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World Alzheimer’s Day 2022

24 September 2022

Every year since 1994, the week of September 21st has been used to raise awareness about Alzheimer’s disease. Dementia affects around 35 million people worldwide, two-thirds of them in developing countries. By 2050, the number is expected to rise to 115 million. Here you see what our ProCare4Life partners have done in their home countries…

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PROCare4Life at the PETRA Conference

20 July 2022

At the end of June, PROCare4Life consortium partners Kinetikos, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, and Maastricht University participated in the “AI and Sensor-Supported Integrated Care Solutions (ASSIST)” workshop during the 15th ACM International Conference on PErvasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments (PETRA). This was an excellent opportunity for the team to share the technological developments of…

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Brain Health For All – World Brain Day 2022

14 July 2022

The theme of this year’s World Brain Day is ‘Brain Health For All’. Globally, our brains are being challenged by many stressors, including pandemics, wars, climate change and a myriad of disorders impacting our existence as humans. These issues can be even more challenging for older people and people with neurodegenerative diseases. This year’s World…

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