The senior population has grown exponentially in recent years, which means that the demand for health services is greater. The Living Usability Lab project aims to support the elderly in their daily lives, within their homes, in order to improve their quality of life. The project VitalHome fits within the Living Usability Lab, providing the possibility of monitoring the elderly not only in their homes but also in any environment with Internet access. In this context, the use of new solutions from wearable technologies, sensor networks and mobile devices creates an opportunity to provide closer monitoring, with the aim of monitoring the patient in performing the various tasks of everyday life. The VitalHome solves the problem of remote monitoring with access to VitalJacket. In addition, as part of this project was also developed a website that consumes this service, where you can view the data acquired of a given patient. The developed system is capable of being expanded to other areas of health and other age groups, in addition to seniors' support. Given the architecture adopted, the device is provided as a service, allowing different uses in different areas of future research.