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Report / Forschungsbericht 
I. Owusu; C. v. d. Zwaluw; C.A.L. Valk; Y. Lu; J. Güttler; A. Kabouteh; D. Kozak; C. Perrin; J. D. Jessen; A. Rusu; S. Forstner; A.-K. Schwarze; M. Randriambelonoro; T. Visser 
Theory-based motivational behavior change strategies for the Responsive Engagement of the elderly promoting Activity and Customized Healthcare (REACH) project 
REACH2020 Deliverable D14 
This report is a first attempt to bridge the gap between the theoretical knowledge of behavior change theories and the application of this knowledge to designing for behavior change practice in the REACH context. Considering the limited numbers of practical examples available in literature, we feel the field would benefit significantly from more practical guidelines that support designers in making their designs more engaging and appropriate for accommodating behavior change. Specifically, it w...    »
behaviour change, motivation, engagement, designing for behavior change,behaviour change techniques, motivational techniques, digital engagement, physical activity, active ageing, active and healthy ageing, AHA, healthy ageing, physical activation, assistive technology, ageing society, older persons, ageing societies, demographic change, age inclusive communities, age-friendly communities, age-friendly, personalised healthcare, early detection, early intervention, prevention, empowerment of olde...    »
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REACH2020 - Responsive Engagement of the Elderly promoting Activity and Customized Healthcare 
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 690425. The content of this report does not reflect the official opinion of the European Union. Responsibility for the information and views expressed in the report lies entirely with the authors. 
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Chair of Building Realisation and Robotics