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Association E-Seniors

 Contact details
Contact personMR Emil Paparov
European Project Manager 
Street19 cité de Phlasbourg 
Address 75011 - Paris (France) 
Phone0640995082 
Webhttp://www.eseniors.eu/
 Organisation details
Employees (in Depart.)1-10 
Organisation TypeNon profit 
 Research Focus

 Fields of activities:
» Demography
» Innovation
» Computer sciences
» Information sciences
» Education (incl. training, pedagogy, didactics)
» Education (incl. persons with learning disabilities)
» Health sciences
» Human physical performance and recreation

 Brief description of your activity focus
E-Seniors aims at fighting e-exclusion by providing access to and training in ICT to seniors and/or disabled people.

 Details about Expertise / Competences / Technologies
Since its creation, E-Seniors has provided courses in ICT usage for seniors in various public locations and the
association is constantly opening new locations all over the region in order to provide a “proximity” service that
takes into account the rhythm, interests and needs of its potential audience. Through its work for elderly people
and with them the organization also tries to increase awareness about the importance of ICT solutions in everyday
life. E-Seniors also proposes interactive gaming activities in residences for elders, retirement homes and day-care
centres. E-Seniors is aware of the challenges that healthy or dependant elders face and then invests resources in
the development of new applications and services to enable independent living and help maintain physical and
mental health.
E-Seniors has experience in projects related to ICT-tools designed for seniors and for active and healthy ageing.
The past and current European projects of E-Seniors are:
• AAL project “NACODEAL”: creating a mobile device which will help seniors to easily perform everyday life
tasks.
• AAL project “STIMULATE”: providing a complete platform to plan travels and execution functions, associated
with personalized assistance dedicated to senior citizens.
• AAL project “ASSISTANT”: assisting seniors in their use of public transport by an application available on PCs
and Smartphones.
• AAL project “SONOPA”: developing a social network for inactive seniors encouraging them to carry out more
daily activities.
• AAL project “TOPIC”: providing an integrated set of online-shared spaces and services to support the physical
and mental care ability of informal caregivers in their daily needs.
• FP7-ICT Project “ALFRED”: developing a Virtual Butler for elderly, a service that is available on mobile
devices.
• ICT-PSP project “SEACW”: creating an Ecosystem that provides training, informing and promoting activities
in the field of New Technologies reinforcing healthy and active ageing.
• Grundtvig Multilateral project “ SenApp”: aiming at developing a Training App for seniors in four European
countries to support them effectively and individually to become competent ICT user.
• H2020-PHC20 project “ehcoBUTLER”: targeting population ageing by developing an ICT technological
platform with both leisure and care apps.
 Research Activities

 Project participation
 
Project #1
Project TypeFP7
FunctionPartner
Project TitleDeveloping a Virtual Butler for elderly, a service that is available on mobile devices.
Acronym“ALFRED”
Specific ThemePersonalized health, active ageing, and independent living
Project websitewww.alfred-project.eu
CoordinatorASCORA GmbH
 
Project #2
Project TypeFP7
FunctionPartner
Project TitleSOCIAL ECOSYSTEM FOR ANTI-AGING, CAPACITATION AND WELLBEING
AcronymSEACW
Project websitehttp://www.seacw.org/
CoordinatorÁliad Conocimiento y Servicio S.L.
 
Project #3
Project TypeH2020
FunctionPartner
Project TitleA global ecosystem for the independent and healty living of elder people with mild cognitive impairments
AcronymehcoBUTLER
Project websitehttp://ehcobutler.eu/
Coordinatoreveris Spain S.L

 International and national projects beyond EU Framework Programme
E-Seniors has experience in projects related to ICT-tools designed for seniors and for active and healthy ageing. The
past and current European projects of E-Seniors are:
• AAL project “NACODEAL”: creating a mobile device which will help seniors to easily perform everyday life tasks.
• AAL project “STIMULATE”: providing a complete platform to plan travels and execution functions, associated with
personalized assistance dedicated to senior citizens.
• AAL project “ASSISTANT”: assisting seniors in their use of public transport by an application available on PCs and
Smartphones.
• AAL project “SONOPA”: developing a social network for inactive seniors encouraging them to carry out more daily
activities.
• AAL project “TOPIC”: providing an integrated set of online-shared spaces and services to support the physical and
mental care ability of informal caregivers in their daily needs.
• Grundtvig Multilateral project “ SenApp”: aiming at developing a Training App for seniors in four European
countries to support them effectively and individually to become competent ICT user.

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