Building the future together with start-ups

Evangelische Heimstiftung cooperates with innovative start-ups to optimise the quality of care and assistance. We are active in various networks in which we get into touch with young companies in order to benefit from one another.

BringLiesel supports care teams with a drugstore delivery service. This service provides residents with daily goods. Orders can be placed according to the individual needs and wishes of the residents and keep the time spent on shopping to a minimum.


Lindera develops mobility tests for fall prevention. An ordinary smartphone camera generates 3D videos of about 40 seconds, which are used to analyse the walking of a person. A questionnaire on personality and living situation complements the analysis. This provides recommendations for fall prevention and action planning.


Myo is a communication platform that enables the exchange between care workers and residents' relatives. "Communication creates transparency and appreciation. Care professionals work so hard - often more than is expected of them - they should also communicate this to the residents’ relatives," explains Jasper Böckel, the company's founder.

The myo app is available on the ALADIEN care tablet and can be installed on business mobile phones.


SuperNurse teaches specialist knowledge from various areas of nursing in a fun way. The quiz app offers time-independent further training and consolidation of specialist nursing knowledge. The app also promotes an exchange between trainees and more experienced colleagues.

The company has developed a special range of apps for the care of people with dementia. This app content offers an exciting change of pace for customers, especially for everyday care. The app from Media4Care is used on the ALADIEN care tablets from EHS.


Pia kleine Stüve
Head of Unit Assistance Systems and Digitalisation

Tel. 0711 63676-288