10th July 2019
Winner of the European Business Plan 2016
Dynseo, an EIT Health-supported project and winner of the European business plan 2016 has launched another edition of its “Olympiad” event this summer where seniors from different institutes will challenge each other.
This French company is specialized in healthcare applications, enhances the Senior’s healthcare by using:
- Cognitive games
- Medicalized cognitive tests
- Relationship improvement applications
- Tv games multiplayers
- Competitions between nursing houses
Dynseo develops his services for preventing cognitive disorders like Alzheimer and keep the intergenerational relationship with his Stim’Art program according to the age.
It also offers a customized service on their website where users can track their score and the professionals can monitor their patients as well. As the winner of the European Business Plan 2016, Dynseo earned the grant to fund in Belgium and in Switzerland.
Dynseo is already in more than 450 institutes, more than 1000 seniors at home and more than 5000 active users.
This start-up is in Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg and Italy and have a lot of positive feedbacks. More than 70 institutes in these countries are using Dynseo’s applications.
The next step is to intensify Dynseo’s attendance to become a app leader in senior’s healthcare.
See more information about the senior Olympia events (fr) and Dynseo Memory Games (fr).
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