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Many older people are living alone and face loneliness. Unwanted loneliness can have a devastating effect on the health, well-being and quality of life of older people. It can cause sleep disorders, fatigue, coronary heart disease, nutritional problems, etc. The Radars Project is a community initiative led by Basic Social Services whose main objectives are:

• the fight against the unwanted loneliness of older people and

• the detection and prevention of the possible risks they may suffer.