After several years of hard work, you’re retired. It’s an opportunity to enjoy life, but also to deal with some health concerns. There are mobile applications to help you animate your retirement in the nursing home.




When you retire, you tend to feel disconnected from the world. So, to overcome this feeling, you can use applications that make it easy to communicate with friends and family.


Skype: For remote and live video calls.

WhatsApp: Gives you the ability to chat, share videos and photos with your loved ones, no matter where you are.

Dynseo FamilyPromotes exchanges between seniors and their families, in a simplified manner, whether they are in nursing home or at home.




Retirement is generally associated with health concerns. But once again, many solutions can be adapted to everyone’s needs.


MySugr: For the regulation of your type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

Qalo:  Keep an eye on your weight, blood pressure, physical activity every day.

Yuka: Allows you to scan the barcode of your food products and know how they affect your health..




When you are a senior, it can sometimes be frustrating to realize that you start forgetting things. Fortunately, some applications can help you reduce these early cognitive problems.


Stim’Art Scarlett: When you suffer from memory loss, it is essential to stimulate your cognitive abilities, regardless of the stage of the disease. Stim’Art Scarlett is a memory game program specially developed for people prone to disorders such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and other neuro-degenerative diseases.

Scarlett is used by nursing homes individually and/or collectively, but also for daily care at home by seniors prone to cognitive disorders. It has three levels of difficulty (easy, medium and difficult) so that everyone can stimulate themselves cognitively and enjoy playing.

This program is designed so that each player can progress at their own pace. Through playful and cultural games, the player works on concentration, vivacity, auditory and semantic memory, as well as visual-spatial cues.



Being a retired senior does not mean that you are no longer living or existing. It’s an opportunity to discover new things, and to be entertained by the many digital tools.