Fraagile is a new project that has emerged last year with the financing and support of the European AAL Programme, for the analysis of the physical and mental frailty state in older people. Ideable, together with the eVida group of the University of Deusto, is the coordinating company and ideologist of the project.
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After the intense months of lockdown and all the bad news we have received from nursing homes and residences due to the expansion of COVID-19, it is time to stop for a moment and think about the current model of care for the elderly. And one of the huge challenges that society must take up is to integrate technology into the care sec […]
Just a few weeks ago, the Ideable-Kwido team traveled to Aarhus (Denmark) to attend the 2019 edition of AAL Forum. We really enjoyed a motivating and innovative encounter, with hundreds activities in which to participate, and also great doses of inspiration. And, as every year does, thanks to the organization of the AAL Program tea […]
Kwido, the complete care solution for elderly and dependents, has commenced its entry into the Latin and Anglo-Saxon markets alongside new partners.
This business opportunity will enhance the internationalization of Kwido and all its modules, in areas such as health monitoring, teleconsulting or cognitive stimulation.
Kwido, our multidevice telecare platform to care for the elderly and dependents has been selected to go through to Phase 2 of the European FICHe accelerator programme.
The aim of the European programme FICHe (Future Internet Challenge eHealth) is to accelerate European SMEs and start-ups which are developing innovative application […]
Recently, we dedicated a space on this blog to trying to understand the differences between telecare and advanced telecare, two buzzwords which are occasionally confused. Something similar happens with today’s topic of discussion: the difference between telemedicine and telecare.
The development of the Internet […]
The arrival of mobile technology has brought about an authentic revolution, both in terms of how we communicate and obtain information; completely changing our habits in many areas of our lives. One such alteration has been our relationship with the healthcare system, and even with our own current and potential illnesses.
After years of d […]
Languages, like living organisms, evolve over time to adapt to the requirements of a society also in transformation. The rise of new technologies and the ever increasing contact between different languages generate new words so quickly that they burst into our vocabulary without warning, often creating a barely conscious use thereafter.
The future welfare of our elderly citizens will be decided today, and their quality of life depends on the decisions we make now. This is just one point we are encouraged to reflect upon by a study carried out by the AstraZeneca Foundation, in collaboration with the European University, related to forecasts in the field […]