Monsenso signs a contract with Centre for Social Psychiatry and Substance Abuse in Aabenraa municipality, Denmark.
Monsenso signs a contract with the Centre for Social Psychiatry and Substance Abuse in the municipality of Aabenraa in Denmark. The Monsenso digital health solution will be integrated as part of the treatment of citizens living in supported housing to help reduce relapses and re-admissions.
To reduce relapses and re-admissions of citizens suffering from mental disorders and substance abuse, the Centre for Social Psychiatry in Aabenraa Municipality has decided to offer the Monsenso digital health solution as an integrated part of their services in supported housing.
The citizens will be provided with the Monsenso app to keep track of their well-being, symptoms, and medication intake through self-reported data, as well as their behaviour through sensor data collected on mobile phones, sleep mats and watches. The historical data is visualised and helps the citizens remember how they have been doing when they speak with the housing support staff and gain better insight into the behaviours that trigger their symptoms, empowering them to better manage their condition.
The housing support staff access the data via a web portal enabling them to see fluctuations in the mental state of the citizens, hereby offering the opportunity to predict relevant outcomes for mood disorders and reduce potential relapses and readmissions.
The Monsenso app also provides treatment support in the form of Tools & Challenges and Action Plans for coping strategies that citizens can use to overcome stress and abandonment related to daily tasks.
“We are very excited about this project because the solution helps individuals take a more active role in their recovery process. The data captured provides the individuals with insight on how their lifestyle affects their mental well-being, empowering them to make positive changes” says Henning Iversen, Head of Housing Services at Aabenraa Municipality.
“We are excited to see Monsenso digital health solution integrated into the care of citizens living in supported housing.” said Thomas Lethenborg, CEO of Monsenso. “We know that one of the most important components to reducing relapse and increasing mental wellbeing is having the tools to better manage your condition”.
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