Positive review after the deadline of the AAL-project ENSAFE

The last three years ten partners from Sweden, Italy, the UK and the Netherlands participated in the AAL-project ENSAFE. The partners developed a network-based service aimed at fostering independent life of a range of elderly users with specific needs and health conditions. The partners were able to develop this service by gathering feedback of almost […]

Exploring putting Innovation into Practice for Self-Care Technology

As part of his postgraduate qualification, Richard Harding (previous member of the ENSAFE consortium) has written up a transfer report about how public policy could support self-care technology plans. This document attempts to investigate the lived experience of the gap between Public Policy, Technology Enabled Care Services (telehealth, telecare, telemedicine, telecoaching and self-care in providing care for patients […]

The ENSAFE pilots kicked off in the four regions!

After a pre-pilot in the Netherlands we are happy to announce that pilot roll-out has took of in the other countries as well. In the Netherlands and UK pilot users start testing with the first functionalities the ENSAFE system offers, which is the GoLivePhone in combination with additional app services like Puffell and in combination […]

Successful Midterm Review

The MidTerm Review of the ENSAFE project was held on March 9, 2017 in Eindhoven.  Two representatives from the AAL CMU, two external reviewers and the Dutch NCP visited the project consortium at the University of Technology where the meeting took place. The MTR meeting was well organised and presented and offered a good insight […]