A few words from the project Coordinator

We warmly welcome you to the ICT4Life project website! There are only a few initiatives in the past that, employing user-friendly ICT tools, dealt so close with people with cognitive impairments at early or intermediate stages. However, most of the solutions proposed up to now for monitoring older people at home rely on the detection of a limited set of risks, sending an alert only when a recognizable problem is identified. ICT4Life wants to shift from a reactive service delivery to a real proactive, preventive and patient-centred model of integrated care by enabling users’ education and empowerment”.

Alejandro Sánchez-Rico de las Heras

Director of eHealth at Artica Telemedicina and ICT4Life Project Coordinator

On behalf of the ICT4Life Consortium.


ICT4Life is a three-year project financed under Horizon 2020, the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, that kicked-off in Madrid on the 19th of January 2016 with the ambition to provide new services for integrated care employing user-friendly ICT tools, ultimately increasing patients with Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and other dementias and their caregivers’ quality of life and autonomy at home.

ICT4Life Promotional video

Watch ICT4Life promotional video and learn more about our project, our work and our devices! Find out the feedbacks from patients, carers, health professional and Consortium partners.

The Advisory Board

We are very grateful to the experts that have accepted to be part of our Advisory Board.

The Advisory Board (AB) is composed of national and European stakeholders’ organisations, representing the target groups of the project, and academic experts. The main objective of the AB is to provide periodical advice and guidance to the Consortium in terms of integrated care needs and on requirements for the technology as well as to contribute with the input of the user during the development process and to participate in the field tests and in the validation of the final solution. The AB will also support the exploitation of ICT4Life project results.

Which Kind of user are you?

ICT4Life is working to build a real community of people interested in advancing integrated care in Europe, creating synergies and collaboration with initiatives and organisation working in this area.
Your organisation/initiative can support ICT4Life by signing a Support Letter and sending it to info@ict4life.eu.

If you are a patient, you are welcome to take part in ICT4Life. You can help us to test the devices and thus codesign the ICT4Life platform. If you wish to participate, please, send an email to info@ict4life.eu or ask somebody you trust to do it!

If you are taking care of someone suffering from Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s or other dementias, your help is crucial! You can help us to understand your needs concerning the ICT4Life Platform. If you want to be part of this challenge, please send us an email to info@ict4life.eu.

If you are a health professional dealing with Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s or other dementias – at early or intermediate stages – please help us to understand what you need from ICT4Life project results! Participate to innovation and send us an email to info@ict4life.eu.
ICT4Life welcomes other interested people and organisations! Health and social care providers, payers, developers, policy makers play an important role in the uptake of the developed solutions. If interested, please send an email to info@ict4life.eu.



ICT4Life at the Committee of Regions (CoR) Interregional Group on Health and Wellbeing

On 6 December 2018, Isabella Notarangelo from HOPE presented ICT4Life project and its results at the meeting “Integrated Care in Europe: The Way Ahead” organised by EUREGHA (European Regional and Local Health Authorities) on behalf of the Interregional Group on Health and Wellbeing. The event aimed at discussing the challenges and progresses made in implementing integrated care models across the EU and gave the floor to regional experiences and viewpoints on the matter.


Advances of ICT4LIFE Project in the International Symposium PETRA 2018 in Corfu (Greece)

Members of the GATV attended to the PErvasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments (PETRA) conference, an interdisciplinary conference that focuses on computational and engineering approaches to improve the quality of life and enhance human performance, in order to present the advances in ICT4LIFE project. The conference was hold in Corfu (Greece) from 26th to 29th June 2018.


ICT4Life at the II Congress of Patient Organizations

On 8 and 9 October 2018, our partner, the Association Parkinson Madrid presented ICT4life at the II Congress of Patient Organizations in Madrid. This congress was organized by the Patient Platform and held in the audit of the Ministry of Health, Consumption and Social Welfare of Spain.


Consortium Meeting in Budapest: the final push for ICT4Life project

On 20 and 21 June 2018, the ICT4Life Consortium met in Budapest, Hungary! The event was hosted by the consortium partner Netis Informatics Ltd. and was the opportunity for two days of intense exchange about the project’s achievements and next steps.


ICT4Life Final Conference – Summary

On 18 October 2018, the ICT4Life Final Conference was held at ICAB – Business & Technology Incubator, in Brussels. The event was entitled “Meeting the Challenges of Digital Health Innovation for Integrated Care in the EU” and aimed at discovering how the ICT4Life platform responds to the needs of integrated care systems and provides tailored solutions for diverse regional contexts.


“Artificial Intelligence and Chronic disease management” Workshop in Trento Italy

ICT4Life took part in a workshop untitled “Artificial Intelligence and Chronic disease management” organised by Mattone Internazionale Salute Programme – ProMIS on 18 – 19 June 2018 in Trento, Italy. The event fostered comparison on the use of artificial intelligence in the context of the management of chronic diseases through the presentation of strategies and policies both at European and national level.



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