WP2, Service scenarios, use cases and user needs, is focused on creating a shared vision regarding screening and prevention of frailty, as well as a roadmap in which the different steps within the screening and prevention of frailty is mapped, along with the different stakeholders and technology.
The starting point for this endeavor is the common scenario which was agreed upon in the initial phase of the project. Once a shared vision on what screening and prevention of frailty is, and whom we consider to be the target group for the service, potential stakeholders will be inventoried and invited for stakeholder sessions. During these sessions, problems with the current way of screening for and prevention of frailty will be elicited, as well as their view on the future way of doing so, including the use of the different PERSSILAA technologies. The results of these sessions will be translated into scenarios, activity diagrams, use cases, functional and technical requirements, and a service architecture. Repeatedly, these results will be checked with the stakeholders to ensure their correctness. Of particular relevance will be the scenarios, as they will describe the new way of screening for and prevention of frailty in total. Therefore, these scenarios will be visualized by means of animations, and will be shown to a large group of involved professionals and potential elderly end-users. Next, they will be asked to reflect on these scenarios via a SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) analysis, made available by an online questionnaire.
It is worthy to note that, in this project, scenarios, use cases, requirements and the service architecture will not be considered ‘finished’ at one point in time. Instead, they will be refined throughout the project by means of the different evaluations. This iterative approach will ensure that the service aligns with the different needs and wishes of all the stakeholders.