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PERSSILAA (which stands for Personalised ICT Supported Service for Independent Living and Active Ageing) is a unique, European project in which a service for older adults is developed. This service aims to screen for and prevent frailty: an elevated risk of vulnerability for age related decreasing health. Most evident causes of frailty are insufficient mental stimulation and physical activity, as well as nutritional insufficiencies. The service supports the user to maintain or improve on these factors through three modules: healthy nutrition, physical exercise and cognitive function.
PERSSILAA innovates the way our care services are organised. From fragmented, reactive disease management into preventive, personalised services that are offered through local community services and telemedicine technology. The technical service infrastructure that will support these services will be efficient, reliable, easy to use way and therefore makes use of gamification, interoperability and clinical decision support.
On this website, more information on the PERSSILAA project can be found in About, including a demo of the platform. In News, you can follow the developments of PERSSILAA and its partners through media headlines, public documents, academic activities and tweets.
On November 19th 2015, Roessingh Research and Development and University of Twente organized a symposium on ‘Healthy Ageing in Overijssel’ in the Grolsch Veste stadium in Enschede. PERSSILAA and Langgezond.nl were among the initiatives that were discussed in o...Read More
Miriam Vollenbroek wrote an article on PERSSILAA and local related project Lang Gezond (www.langgezond.nl). Translated excerpt: "Everyone wants to reach an old age, but only when remaining healthy. The positive side is that older adults can partially influence...Read More
This Saturday, Lex van Velsen (senior researcher at RRD) will present the challenges that the PERSSILAA project has faced when creating an interoperable ICT infrastructure. He will present this at the 2015 conference on advancing assistive technology and eAcce...Read More