State of the Art on Night Time Care of People with Dementia

PJ McCullagh, W Carswell, JC Augusto, S Martin, Maurice Mulvenna, H Zheng, HY Wang, JG Wallace, K McSorley, B Taylor, WP Jeffers

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Abstract

This article provides a survey of published literature on technology developed to support people at the early stages of dementia during night time. Studies to date have focussed on Assistive Technology that can address monitoring in a sensor enriched home environment or provide location detection as a safety net. Additionally, studies have promoted therapy (music, reminiscing, lighting or mental stimulation) to improve mood. In NOCTURNAL, we aim for a holistic approach incorporating time pacing, night-time guidance using lighting and simulated presence.
LanguageEnglish
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Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2009
EventIET / TSB Assisted Living Conference - London
Duration: 1 Mar 2009 → …

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McCullagh, PJ., Carswell, W., Augusto, JC., Martin, S., Mulvenna, M., Zheng, H., ... Jeffers, WP. (2009). State of the Art on Night Time Care of People with Dementia. In Unknown Host Publication
McCullagh, PJ ; Carswell, W ; Augusto, JC ; Martin, S ; Mulvenna, Maurice ; Zheng, H ; Wang, HY ; Wallace, JG ; McSorley, K ; Taylor, B ; Jeffers, WP. / State of the Art on Night Time Care of People with Dementia. Unknown Host Publication. 2009.
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