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Areas of Application

With TeleCareHub, we want to support carers in caring for people with dementia living at home by providing digital services. We have identified the need for the selected services in surveys of family carers, carers (including people with incipient dementia) and professional health and care service providers.

We expect that the wide range of services offered will provide effective support for carers and caregivers and psycho-social relief:

  • Easier access to relevant information for carers and caregivers of people with dementia
  • Less uncertainty in interacting with people with dementia
  • Virtual exchange to provide emotional support for family carers
  • Location-independent, professional counselling for family carers
  • Validated training courses and training content to provide important information for dealing with people with dementia, but also for self-care and stress management

Stronger networking of caring communities and care providers via digital technologies will strengthen the home care situation, which is particularly beneficial for older people who want to live independently and safely for as long as possible.

TeleCareHub offers a web platform for providers of care and support services to initially test and optimise services and then incorporate them into the range of services or standard care in the long term. TeleCareHub helps to offer up-to-date services for clients in care and support.

For manufacturers of digital solutions for care and support in the home environment, TeleCareHub offers interfaces for data exchange as well as open standards and protocols.

In addition, the aim is to provide an overview and qualitative assessment of digital services based on a directory.

Target Groups

TeleCareHub’s target groups are users of telecare services, as well as providers of care and support services and manufacturers of digital solutions for the home environment.

Our main target group is carers and relatives of people with dementia living at home. We want to support them with telecare services by identifying potential relief and reducing the risk of overload. If there is no overload, this helps to ease the care situation as a whole and thus also benefits people with dementia living at home.