The DYNSEO project, or the dynamics of seniors, is born in retirement homes 5 years ago . The idea was to offer seniors an innovative support, which makes them happy , values them and also makes them healthier. Since the beginning of the adventure we work hand in hand with health professionals to invent tools for prevention and rehabilitation, that are playful and powerful but also tools for diagnosis and spreading the knowledge. Today DYNSEO has the aim to develop tablet health applications for seniors, for health professionals and for anyone with disabilities .
PEOPLE – SEARCH – PERFORMANCE
Our goal is to become the European leader in mobile applications dedicated to aging.
After 20 years of research in medical informatics at the AP-HP (Paris Hospitals Group), 10 years as a professor at Centrale Paris specializes in the development of mobile applications, and 10 years at the head of her company It’s Sauquet.com, developing mobile apps , Dominique is now the technical director of DYNSEO . With 5 ideas by minute and a legendary energy , Dominique is a fan of sports … and her 4 children.
After managing a team of 50 consultants for 3 years at Altran , its fiber entrepreneur catches up and she took on the adventure of entrepreneurship. After a failure , it will bounce her back and find the right idea during a visit to a retirement home . The idea of DYNSEO was thus born with the aim to create applications for seniors that are playful … but also are healthy ! Always attracted internationally, she has discovered through various courses and studies abroad during her studies at EM Lyon, Justine is developing Dynseo in Belgium, Switzerland, Italy, USA, Canada and China.
Thank you to all our interns who trusted us and have accompanied us from the very beginning of the adventure: Tagaty , Aude , Ada, Antony , Vincent G Vincent C., Benoît , Maureen, Guillaume, Elsa our Quebecoise , Juliette , Louis, Felix , Donna … Thanks for all the workshops in retirement homes filled with emotions and discoveries. Thank you for this fabulous hackathon. Thank you to Agnes, our art therapist who introduced us to the wonderful art therapist profession. Thank you very much to Jean-Claude .