MI-Tale

The personal history of dementia patients, is a valuable source of information for a personalised care approach. The values they have formed in their early adult years are especially important for dementia patients, as they often resurface as guiding values in their current behavior. This project will develop an online (web based) 2D interactive game that will trigger and record memories of the personal history of dementia patients. Played on browser enabled devices like notebooks or tablets, it will trigger memories by referring to important local and national events from the formative years of the dementia patient and let them record their personal experience and behavioural values that formed out of it. The collected memories will be combined with historical recordings available from the many digitalised online archives and completed with personal stories and photographs recorded, scanned and uploaded into the database. The game can be played multiple times, each time completing the personal history to more detail. Eventually it becomes a personal monument to the life of the patient, to be watched by partner, children, grandchildren and friends for many years after the patient has passed. The MI-Tale game will be developed in close collaboration with people suffering from dementia, their family and caregivers using iterative co-design techniques. The project includes a pilot where the final solution will be tested in a real life surrounding with a considerable amount of end users. 

Partners:
  • MK Prosopsis Ltd
Acronym:
MI-Tale
Title:
MI-Tale - A personalized psychobiographic game to access and preserve memories of people with dementia
Category:
European Projects
Program:
AAL Programme
Scientific Field:
Health Sciences
Role RTD Talos:
Subcontractor
Status:
Ongoing
Website
www.mi-tale.eu

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