REHA 2030

Postklinische Rehabilitation von SchlaganfallpatientInnen im ruralen Raum im Jahr 2030 – Telerehabilitation als benutzergerechte Dienstleistung / Postklinična rehabilitacija pacientov po kapi na podeželju leta 2030 – telerehabilitacija kot uporabnikom primerna storitev

The main output of the project REHA 2030 is a customized service model for the post-clinic home-rehabilitation of stroke patients and the development of the required technology platform (REHA robot, internet platform). A particular focus is laid on the sustainability aspects and suitable project structures are to be build up for the project enlargement by the foundation of the REHA International Alliance.
The common challenge in program region is caused by the current demographic change that leads to an undersupply of clinical rehabilitation supply in particular for elderly patients both on the Slovenian and the Austrian side of the border. Currently rehabilitation supply is in particular little developed in rural regions.
The superior goal of the project meets the requirements of an increase of R&I in technical and economical main topics by cross-border cooperation of relevant protagonists in the field of tele-rehabilitation.
The following stakeholders benefit from the project: Universities of Applied Sciences and classical Universities, companies, SME, the general public and others. In particular there are the following groups of persons involved: stroke patients, clinical experts, therapists, business people researchers and students. In addition peer groups are actively involved in the project: insurance agencies, data management system owner and other research groups within the program region and beyond.
The project REHA 2030 is based on an innovative supply model for tele-rehabilitation and the results will be achieved by concentration of (a) technological-scientific knowledge (b) methodical approaches (c) partner networks of the involved project partners on both sides of the border.
Main reasons to use the cross border approach are the necessary mix in competencies, necessary bi-nationality and necessary market chances.

Priority axis 1

Investment Priority 1b
SO 1: Strengthening R&I in technological and economic fields of strength through CB cooperation of relevant stakeholders

Project duration

1 January 2019 – 31 December 2021

Contracted ERDF

 660.043,75 EUR

Project Partners

Fachhochschule Kärnten – gemeinnützige Privatstiftung (Lead Partner)

Fakulteta za elektrotehniko, Univerza v Ljubljani

Tyromotion GmbH

MKS Elektronski sistemi d.o.o.

Univerzitetni rehabilitacijski inštitut Republike Slovenije – Soča