The 7° meeting of the European Horizon2020 CAPTAIN project Consortium took place in Munich from the 24th to the 27th of February. ...
Social IT was born in 2011 as a new business and consulting entrepreneurship for the deployment and introduction of innovative ICT solutions for the management of social and health care services, focusing on the supply of services to the person.
To help our clients obtaining the highest possible level of efficiency and effectiveness in the resource management, proposing ourselves as a valuable partner in the healthcare and social sector with integrated and cutting-edge IT solutions. Our motto is: management for producing concrete results in the social and health-care sector.
The company primarily focuses its attention on the needs of the person, thus recognizing the importance of the person being at the center of the whole system. We support and guarantee an improvement of the health and the quality of life of people, through the supply of concrete, innovative and flexible solutions.
TEL: +39 0461 036689
Via Kufstein 5, 38121 Trento (TN)
Finance and Control Area
Research and Innovation Area
Phd. Eng. Valentina Conotter
Business and Marketing Area
Software Development Area
EMAIL : name.surname(at)socialit.it
It is a transparent technology designed to turn the home of older adults into a ubiquitous assistant that project contextualized information wherever and whenever needed. It is specifically designed to compensate for older adults’ physical and memory impairments during their daily living.
For more information, please visit www.captain-eu.org
MIND INCLUSION 2.0 wants to foster the competencies of educators of intellectually disabled people across Europe to promote the participative co-creation and use of an innovative online tool (web platform) supported by the definition of a solid facilitation methodology which will contribute to the sustainable and inclusive involvement of disabled people in the society.
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The IPA2 leverages on the work done in the IPA+ and aims at decreasing school vulnerability of students with ASD in the transition from primary to secondary school. In order to achieve these objectives, teachers and students will be involved in the co-creation of training materials and training courses that will be uploaded on a special e-learning platform through which all the contents will be accessible to anyone who wishes to consult them.
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UNCAP develops an open, scalable and privacy-savvy ICT infrastructure designed to help aging people (including those with mild cognitive impairments) living independently and with dignity. In particular, it leverages on an ecosystem of biosensors and indoor & outdoor localisation solutions to deliver an infrastructure capable to continuously monitor and assist users in a non-invasive way, both in home and residential settings.
For more information, please visit www.uncap.eu
C.H.E.S.S. quantifies the educational achievements of children under school age, in order to provide to the educator useful information for calibrating his intervention according to the capacities already acquired by the child. The project is developed together with Studio Vega and in collaboration with several FISM (Federazione Italiana Scuole Materne – Italian Federation of pre-schools) associated schools.
- Coop. sociale GeNSS (LE)
- Coop. sociale TPS Assistenza (TS)
- Welfare Italia Servizi (MI)
- Fraternità sistemi (BS)
- Coop. Nuove Risposte (RM)
- Ge.cli s.p.s. (RM)
- Gruppo CSSA (Spinea, VE)
- Coop. Arci (SV)
- Regione Veneto
- Coop. solidale (PS)
- APSS Trento
- Consorzio Città Aperta (BG)
- Cooperativa In Mente (TN)
- ASUR zona territoriale 1 Pesaro
- Coop. Le Valli (BL)
- Casa di Riposo “Villa Belvedere” (TV)
- Casa di Riposo “Villa bianca” (TV)
- Coop. Fior dDi Loto (MN)
- Coop.Magnolia (PD)
- Consorzio Città Essenziale (MT)