The RemoDem project is transnational and involves partners in Scotland, Sweden, Norway, Faroe Islands, and Greenland. All these countries have remote areas where people frequently have more difficulties accessing specialist health and care services than those living in towns and cities.

the Remodem project has developed and tested an integrated service package for people with dementia living in remote rural communities, which allows and supports them to continue living in their current homes and postpones their placement in institutional care.

Tested products and services

Product/service Tested
  Western Isles Shetland Islands Norrbotten Faroe Islands University of Stirling
The Remodem Tool X X X X X
Open memory clinic     X    

Remote support

X   X X  
Remote supervision
Remote family support     X X  
Navigational support     X X  
Dementia friendly

Published: 01/06/2008

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