Engaging Game-based Home Rehabilitation for Improved Quality of Life

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Contract/Grant agreement number
: 306113-2
EC contribution
: € 2,367,090.00
: 36 months
Starting date
: 01/10/2012
: Stroke relapse prevention, risk monitoring rehabilitation, serious games-based rehabilitation environment, ambient-mediated human-machine interaction.
Project web-site
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REHAB@home will enable elderly people to enjoy high quality rehabilitation after a stroke for a much longer period than the Health System can currently afford. REHAB@home will investigate and use standard hardware components and devices. They have to be suitable for medical data processing algorithms.

REHAB@home will provide personalized and serious-games based rehabilitation pathways. Web2.0 social and communication tools will be developed as an efficient, effective and engaging virtual rehabilitation environment for home-based rehabilitation.

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