Ideable has been developing and marketing Kwido Mementia, the cognitive stimulation platform, for several years now. The platform is part of its Kwido line of products that use technology to provide care for the elderly. Kwido Mementia uses serious games to help prevent cognitive decline and even provides early warning of possible patie […]
At Ideable we have reason to celebrate; Kwido, our multidevice teleassistance platform for care of the elderly and dependents, has been announced as the winner of the European FICHe project, thereby positioning Ideable as one of the 20 most important eHealth startups on the continent.
The European FICHe project (Future Internet Cha […]
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The Kwido platform will be one of the stars of the 2014 Medicine 2.0 Europe congress – the world-wide landmark event in the eHealth sector, which will be held this year on the 9th and 10th of October in Torremolinos, near Malaga.
Iñaki Bartholomew, the CEO of Ideable Solutions, has been invited to give a lecture on Playing Games fo […]
Recent studies state that technology can help to improve symptoms of depression in elderly people.
In the most recent issue of “Nature Communications” magazine a study was published revealing that cognitive stimulation computer games can alleviate symptoms of depression in elderly people who do not respond well to treatment with drugs […]