RemoDem - Support for people with dementia in remote areas

The Remodem project will develop and test 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. This will be achieved through modules of support incorporating tested ICT-services. The modules will give people with dementia improved access to qualified dementia-specific community support and enable more cost-efficient care. The modules will respond both to the direct support needs of people with dementia and the needs of others who support them among family and friends, health and care professionals, and care providers. The project is transnational and involves partners in Scotland, Sweden, Norway, The Faeroe Isles and Greenland.


The Northern Periphery Programme (EU commission)

Project Partners

  • The County Council of Norrbotten, Luleå, Sweden
  • Luleå University of Technology, Luleå, Sweden
  • KommuneqarfikSermersooq, Nuuk, Greenland
  • The Norwegian Centre for Integrated Care and Telemedicine, University Hospital of North Norway, Tromsø, Norway
  • The Dementia Services Development Centre, University of Stirling, Stirling, Scotland
  • NHS Western Isles, Stornoway, Scotland
  • The Shetland Council, Shetland Isles, Scotland
  • The Almannaverkinum, Torshavn, Faroe Isles


Project manager

Last updated

20 January 2020