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12 personas have been developed to enable the EIP on AHA to envision realistic health and care needs of certain groups in the society

20/12/2018
Developing personas is one of the proven successful approaches that enable companies and organisations to understand their potential users better, by considering their needs, aspirations, attitudes, dreams, and other relevant characteristics. Within the context of the Blueprint work and objectives, personas were developed to enable the EIP on AHA to envision realistic health and care needs of certain groups in the society.
 

A summary of the 12 personas that have been developed can be seen below: 

 - Rose (child, generally well)

 - Leila (working age adult, generally well)

 - Randolph (retired, generally well)

 - Teresa (aged 80+, generally well)

 - Millie (young adult, with chronic conditions and social needs)

 - Nikos (working age adult, with chronic conditions and social needs)

 - Eleni (retired, with chronic conditions and social needs)

 - Maria (aged 80+, with chronic conditions and social needs)

 - Ben (child, with complex needs)

 - Antonio (woking age adult, with complex needs)

 - Procolo (retired, with complex needs)

 - Jacqueline (aged 80+, with complex needs)

Related action groups: 
A1 Adherence to prescription, A2 Falls prevention, A3 Lifespan Health Promotion & Prevention of Age Related Frailty and Disease, B3 Integrated care, C2 Independent living solutions, D4 Age friendly environments