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One of the most important key features is to activate the patients in a nursing home. Higher levels of patient activation are associated with better self-management, better health outcomes, and lower healthcare costs. Understanding the drivers of patient activation can allow better tailoring of patient support and interventions.

  • Play music adpted to individual needs.
  • Read news so the patients can follow what is happening currently in the world.
  • Board games can enhance memory formation and help exercise cognitive skills
  • Audiobooks can be an invaluable resource for older adults looking for comfort or a sense of connection with the world around them.
  • Playing videos about their hobbies, which are great for older adults with limited mobility. Activities that don't require a lot of moving around include cooking, baking, birdwatching, knitting, crochet, indoor or container gardening, playing a musical instrument, or learning a language.

Physical training and walking support

Being physically active can improve your brain health, help manage weight, reduce the risk of disease, strengthen bones and muscles, and improve your ability to do everyday activities. To help in the every day life, we are providing:

  • Walking support
  • Guided walks
  • Social exercises with music
  • Scheduled workouts


Remote medical consultancy and observation with an optional sensor reading transfer (body temperature, pulse, etc.). Stay connected to the doctors every time, wherever they are.