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This paper presents the Keep-In-Touch project, which aims at developing an integrated Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) solution assisting and monitoring elderly people in their daily-life activities, supporting personal autonomy and well-being, and maintaining social cohesion. The focus of this paper is the integration of interactive user modeling, the benefit of the combination of user-centered development method and fast prototyping implementation in order to develop a solution which fits the end-user. The key elements to achieve this goal are: multimodality, accessibility, adaptability to user profile and changes, and usability. We will show how our approach addresses these needs.