The European project SMILING

self mobility improvement in the ederly by counteracting falls

D. Carus

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Abstract

The SMILING project is planning to diminish age related impairments by interfering with mobility disability and improving carry-over into real life situations. The new approach is intended to challenge the patient to solve new motor problems in real time by inducing variable environments that need active response and problem solving from the target population. This multidisciplinary project aims at a reorganization of the rehabilitation process in ageing, through new training procedures and advanced technologies needed to deliver them.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - 23 May 2010
Event17th PRM European Congress, European Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine - Padova, Italy
Duration: 23 May 201027 May 2010

Conference

Conference17th PRM European Congress, European Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine
CityPadova, Italy
Period23/05/1027/05/10

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Keywords

  • mobility
  • elderly
  • independent living
  • falling
  • training

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Carus, D. (2010). The European project SMILING: self mobility improvement in the ederly by counteracting falls. Paper presented at 17th PRM European Congress, European Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, Padova, Italy, .
Carus, D. / The European project SMILING : self mobility improvement in the ederly by counteracting falls. Paper presented at 17th PRM European Congress, European Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, Padova, Italy, .
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2010. Paper presented at 17th PRM European Congress, European Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, Padova, Italy, .

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