The Spring School of Young Neurologists online conference was held on March 3-4, 2023, with the support of the Main Council of the Polish Neurological Society and in consultation with the Section of Young Neurologists of the Polish Neurological Society.

The Virtual Meeting conference, organized by Via Medica, was aimed primarily at physicians undergoing specialization in neurology, neurosurgery and related sciences, as well as specialists in these fields. More than 110 participants attended the conference each day.

We at eSticky also did not miss the opportunity to participate in this important event.

Together for the future.

eSticky: the presentation of our project at the Spring School of Young Neurologists.

One of the session topics discussed at this interactive conference was dementia. Harpo was pleased to become a Partner at this event and present our eSticky project. This is a Polish research center dealing with assistive technology for people with disabilities. Within the eSticky process, Harpo will lead the user engagement processes. In addition, through monitoring and evaluation of user tests, it will provide ongoing feedback based on system development activities

Participants at the Spring School of Young Neurologists were familiarized with our multimedia materials showing the proposed eSticky display, their messages, the structure of the system, as well as information on project funding.

The Spring School of Young Neurologists was an opportunity for us to grow and compare notes. We hope that the wide promotion of the project and the contacts gained will soon translate into the use of the functional eSticky system.

eSticky: the solution for living the days independently

We are seven partners from four European countries-Italy, Austria, Cyprus and Poland. We have brought our design, marketing and technology skills and knowledge together in the eSticky project for AAL, the European research and development program supporting active and independent living

We envisioned a digital post-it note that helps older people remember their daily commitments and small appointments. A network of graphic displays will assist the user by showing important information, such as:

  • scheduled events;
  • medication reminders;
  • nutritional recommendations.

The aim of the project is to support people with memory problems so that they maintain their independence in life.

Together to help people gain a new perspective.