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The talk will introduce the Harmonia Village at Dover, a unique facility providing care for people living with dementia (PLWD). It is based on conversion of existing housing and promotes free movement of residents throughout the site including the external spaces.

It is part of a European funded project called Community Areas of Sustainable Care and Dementia Excellence in Europe (CASCADE) with project partners in Holland, Belgium, France and England. The concept includes research on a monitoring system which will generate a behavioural baseline for each resident.

The data will be interpreted by an AI system which will benchmark the individual against their unique behavioural baseline in real time, only alerting staff when there is a significant deviation or an incident such as a fall. The AI system will also identify trends and correlations which will be interpreted by clinical staff and their analysis fed back into the system.

Over time this will allow the system to provide further help and advice to staff. The system will have functionality which is aimed at reducing unnecessary interventions by staff and at reducing non-productive activities.


Speaker: Henry Quinn BSc. PhD, MBA

Henry Quinn BSc. PhD, MBA: Started working life as a bricklayer with McAlpines but re-entered education via nightclasses. A biochemical engineer with expertise in biotech manufacturing processes, has managed research laboratories and an industrial antibiotic production facility. 

Previously Pfizer GMS mid-west USA regional leader for Drug Product with specific responsibilities for biologics production in the USA and Europe, and with global responsibilities for conventional fermentation products. Has supervised PhD's at University College London, Birmingham University and Newcastle University. Currently working for East Kent Hospitals University Foundation Trust developing strategically important infrastructure projects. Initiated the concept of the Harmonia Village, a facility for people living with dementia, which recently completed construction and will open in early 2020.


18:30 Start.  Refreshments and networking from 18:00.  All welcome.


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Monitoring behaviour isn't just about selling advertising - Kent Branch - CANCELLED
Date and time
14 May, 6:30pm - 8:00pm
University of Kent
Room SW101
School of Computing, Cornwallis South
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