SENDoc – to implement wearable sensors in rehabilitation practice for the elderly

Elina Nevala, Antti Alamäki, Juha Jalovaara, Karla Munoz Esquivel, Joan Condell, David Heaney, John Barton, Salvatore Tedesco, Daniel Kelly, RJ Davies, Anna Nordström, Markus Åkerlund Larsson

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Wearable sensors are the most promising technology for the automatic, continuous and long-term evaluation in areas of functional capacity. In the SENDoc project, we test different kinds of wearable sensors and implement them into rehabilitation practice for the elderly. Wearable sensors can be integrated into both acute and chronic situations and may provide the necessary information for managing health disorders and rehabilitation, to both patients and healthcare personnel (Appelboom et al., 2014).
LanguageEnglish
JournalAge Now! - Online Journal of Ageing
Volume2
Issue number2019
Publication statusPublished - 19 Oct 2018

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Keywords

  • Usability Testing
  • Wearable sensor technologies
  • SENDoc
  • Monitoring
  • efficiency
  • Therapist
  • Home-rehabilitiation
  • cost-effectiveness
  • lessons learned

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Nevala, E., Alamäki, A., Jalovaara, J., Munoz Esquivel, K., Condell, J., Heaney, D., ... Åkerlund Larsson, M. (2018). SENDoc – to implement wearable sensors in rehabilitation practice for the elderly. Age Now! - Online Journal of Ageing, 2(2019).
Nevala, Elina ; Alamäki, Antti ; Jalovaara, Juha ; Munoz Esquivel, Karla ; Condell, Joan ; Heaney, David ; Barton, John ; Tedesco, Salvatore ; Kelly, Daniel ; Davies, RJ ; Nordström, Anna ; Åkerlund Larsson, Markus. / SENDoc – to implement wearable sensors in rehabilitation practice for the elderly. In: Age Now! - Online Journal of Ageing. 2018 ; Vol. 2, No. 2019.
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SENDoc – to implement wearable sensors in rehabilitation practice for the elderly. / Nevala, Elina; Alamäki, Antti; Jalovaara, Juha; Munoz Esquivel, Karla; Condell, Joan; Heaney, David; Barton, John; Tedesco, Salvatore; Kelly, Daniel; Davies, RJ; Nordström, Anna; Åkerlund Larsson, Markus.

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