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ASSISTANT

Project Anagraphic

Thematic

Transport

ICT

Project Title

Aiding SuStainable Independent Senior TrAvellers to Navigate in Towns.

Funding scheme

AAL

Project overview

The ASSISTANT Project contributes to maintaining the mobility of older people in Europe, in order to safeguard their social and economic participation in an increasingly ageing society. It does this by helping them to travel safely and independently by public transport, and enabling them to relax and enjoy the journey whilst doing so.

Detailed project schedule

yes

Good practice in the preparation of the project

no

Number of partner

7

Qualitative Analysis

Success and weak factors

Main innovative aspects

Affinity with Adrihealthmob - Leakert scale 1-7

7

Project website rich of info - Leakert scale 1-5

5

Usefulness for Adrihealthmob

1

Typology

collateral

Partnership

Mixed

University

ASSISTANT

Project website

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Project Duration

2012-2015

Cost of the project

Project Fiche