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Computerised help information and interaction project for people with memory loss and mild dementia

Jawaid, S. and McCrindle, R. (2016) Computerised help information and interaction project for people with memory loss and mild dementia. International Journal of Pain Management, 9 (3). pp. 265-275. ISSN 1939-5914

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Abstract/Summary

People have to perform many tasks and remember many different things during the course of their daily lives. Remembering them all is a challenge for everyone and especially so if a person has age associated memory impairment or some form of dementia. As technologies such as RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) and Near Field Communication (NFC) tags become more cheaply available and more seamlessly integrated into our lives as the Internet of Things (IoT), it makes sense to use these technologies to help people remember information or automate tasks. The CHIIP (Computerised Help Information and Interaction Project) project has created a framework that uses smartphones and sensor technologies to help people perform tasks that are relevant or specific to them quickly and efficiently within their homes or local environment.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Life Sciences > School of Biological Sciences > Department of Bio-Engineering
ID Code:69740
Uncontrolled Keywords:Memory loss, Near field communication, sensor technologies
Publisher:Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

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