Assessing Task Compliance Following Reminders

Sonja O'Neill, Guido Parente, Mark Beattie, Chris D. Nugent, Mark Donnelly, Sally McClean, Bryan Scotney, Sarah Mason, David Craig

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Abstract

People suffering from early stage dementia still have the capability to perform instrumental activities of daily living (iADL) such as the preparation of meals, if reminded to do so. The features available in everyday technology such as mobile phones have been exploited to support increased independence of the people with dementia and to provide lower carer burden. The mobile phone-based video streaming reminder system (MPVS) delivers video reminders via a mobile which have previously been recorded by the carer. To date it was not possible to ascertain if the reminded task was actually performed or not. This work presents a case study which aims to assess task compliance of a reminder system within a ‘sensorised environment’.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 2011
EventAssisted Living 2011 - IET London
Duration: 1 Jan 2011 → …

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ConferenceAssisted Living 2011
Period1/01/11 → …

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Keywords

  • cognitive prosthetics
  • dementia
  • sensors
  • task compliance.

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O'Neill, S., Parente, G., Beattie, M., Nugent, C. D., Donnelly, M., McClean, S., ... Craig, D. (2011). Assessing Task Compliance Following Reminders. In Unknown Host Publication
O'Neill, Sonja ; Parente, Guido ; Beattie, Mark ; Nugent, Chris D. ; Donnelly, Mark ; McClean, Sally ; Scotney, Bryan ; Mason, Sarah ; Craig, David. / Assessing Task Compliance Following Reminders. Unknown Host Publication. 2011.
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