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Helping people with mild dementia to navigate their day

Poll

Which one of our four interest areas do you think is the most important to improve the life of a person suffering dementia?
Help he/she to remember
21%
Help on maintaining social contacts
22%
Help on performing daily life activities
42%
Enhance their feeling of safety
15%
Total votes: 73

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Press Releases

All press releases related to the COGKNOW Project are available here in either HTML or PDF. If you require any further information, please contact us.

Angele Giuliano on .EU

Angele Giuliano was featured on .EU program talking about Acrosslimits and the Projects involved in, mainly about COGKNOW.

Date
10/01/2009


"Think Technologically, Act Globally" - COGKNOW referenced in Future Age Article

Think Technologically, Act Globally

by Michele Hayunga

FutureAge - March - April 2008, Pages 10 - 12

The transition to a more technology-savvy future is an international phenomenon. The European Union is developing a technology framework to encourage interoperability across devices. European and Australian providers are adopting technologies similar to those in use in the U.S. Here is a snapshot of a few technology initiatives underway around the world.

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Dementia Perspective

Source
The Dementia Services Development Centre
Date
Summer 07

Read the full press release by clicking this link: Dementia Perspective.

COGKNOW: Helping people with mild dementia navigate their day

Source
istworld
Date
20/05/07

Read the full press release by clicking this link: COGKNOW: Helping people with mild dementia navigate their day.

COGKNOW Project helps elderly with dementia

Source
Scientist Live
Date
11/04/07

Read the full press release by clicking this link: COGKNOW Project helps elderly with dementia.

European research helps people with dementia to navigate their day

Source
CORDIS News
Date
06/04/07

Read the full press release by clicking this link: European research helps people with dementia to navigate their day.

UU Leads Way in European Dementia Research Project

Source
University of Ulster
Date
05/03/07

Read the full press release by clicking this link: UU Leads Way in European Dementia Research Project.

VUmc participeert in nieuw Europees ICT-project voor mensen met dementie

Source
Website of Institute for Research in Extramural Medicine of VU University medical center
Date
09/11/06

Read the full press release by clicking this link: VUmc participeert in nieuw Europees ICT-project voor mensen met dementie.

Framgång för norrbottnisk forskning om e-hälsa

Source
Luleå University of Technology
Date
07/11/06

Read the full press release by clicking this link: Framgång för norrbottnisk forskning om e-hälsa.

COGKNOW is funded by the European Comission within the IST-2005/2006-2.5.11 (Unit H3 - eInclusion) Contract #034025

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