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Gerontechnology paper discussion

GerontechnologyPaper Discussion

Fall 2013

Dr. Diane J. Cook


Gerontechnology gt presentation teams

GerontechnologyGT Presentation Teams

Fall 2013

Dr. Diane J. Cook


Process

Process

  • Form teams

  • Select topic

  • Pick presentation date

  • Presentation format

    • 40 minutes total (30 minutes presenting, 10 minutes posing discussion questions and facilitating discussion)

    • Send materials to [email protected] by 9am on presentation date


Some topic just a starting point

Some Topic (just a starting point)

  • Socially-assistive robots

  • Intelligent mobility assistance

  • Automated approaches to health assessment

    • Physical

    • Cognitive

  • Privacy and security of assistive technologies

  • Understanding and compensating for sensory changes

  • Automated memory-based interventions

  • Promoting healthy behaviors

  • Sleep monitoring, impact, and improvement


Gerontechnology gt project ideas

GerontechnologyGT Project Ideas

Fall 2013

Dr. Diane J. Cook


Gt project timeline

GT Project Timeline

  • September 10 (or sooner!)

    • Submit list of 3 preferred projects in ranked order

  • September 17 (or sooner!)

    • Teams assigned

  • October 1

    • Formal project proposal, feedback from Drs. Cook, Schmitter-Edgecombe, and other mentors

  • October 15

    • IRB application and literature review due

  • December 3

    • Project presentations

  • December 10

    • Project reports


Project 1 digital cognitive assessment

Project 1: Digital Cognitive Assessment

  • 1 Psychology student, 2 CS students

  • Past and Current studies

    • Healthy, MCI, Dementia

    • Parkinson’s

    • Horizon House

  • Assessment

    • ***Laboratory tests***

    • Self report

    • Informed report

    • Smart home


Laboratory tests

Laboratory tests

  • Stroop test

  • Inhibit overlearned response in favor of novel response


Laboratory tests1

Laboratory tests

  • Trail making test

    • Speed of attention

    • Sequencing

    • Search and motor functions

  • One we currently use

    • Not using licensed version

    • Can we make this digital?

    • Grab extra features


Laboratory tests2

Laboratory tests

  • Clock drawing test

    • Temporo-spatial orientation

    • Attention

  • GT working on digital version, not validated


Laboratory tests3

Laboratory tests

  • Freecell card game

    • Tested by OHSU

    • Not clinically validated

    • Android app source available


Laboratory tests4

Laboratory tests

  • Unique game choice

  • Draw from AI experience

  • 15 puzzle, Towers of Hanoi, etc.

  • penscreen.com


Experiment design

Experiment Design

  • Part One

    • Recruit older adults

    • Perform traditional version of existing test

    • Perform digital version (counterbalance order)

    • Compare performance

  • Part Two

    • Perform traditional cognitive assessment

    • Gather performance scores from digital version

    • Use ML / correlation analysis to see if assessment can be derived from digital scores


Experiment design1

Experiment Design

  • And beyond

    • Recruit students from Psychology Subject Pool

      • Perform randomized versions of game every day for 14 days

      • Look for learning effects

    • Recruit participants from Horizon House

      • Perform randomized versions of game each month

      • Compare with self report and cognitive assessment


Project 2 personalized interventions

Project 2: Personalized Interventions

  • 1 Psychology student, 1 CS student

  • Mentoring help from Dr. Taylor


Interventions

Interventions

  • Memory notebook

    • GT project

  • How encourage individuals to respond to intervention?

  • Adaptive interface

  • Adaptive rewards


Interface

Interface

  • Different look and feel, layout

  • Alternative prompting types

    • Audio, text, tone, vibrate, pictures

  • Alternative prompt timings


Rewards

Rewards

  • Earn points

  • Complete picture

  • Download coupons, ring tones


Personalization

Personalization

  • Use Machine Learning to adapt interface and rewards to user


Experiment design2

Experiment Design

  • Round 1

    • Recruit participants from Psychology subject pool

    • Perform short tasks with varying interface and/or reward

    • Compared learned approach to random


Experiment design3

Experiment Design

  • Round 2

    • Clinical evaluation with older adults

    • Using in Horizon House apartments


Project 3 rehabilitation monitoring

Project 3: Rehabilitation Monitoring

  • 1 BE student, 1 CS student, Dr. Meeks


St luke s community

St. Luke’s Community

  • Therapy at St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Hospital in Spokane


Monitor therapy

Monitor Therapy

  • Motion sensors

  • Smart phone sensors

  • Round 1

    • Generate task performance measures

  • Round 2

    • Correlate performance with

      • Patient status

      • Total time in therapy

      • Time spent on current task


Other project ideas

Other Project Ideas

  • Analyze Parkinson’s data

    • TUG

    • Voice

    • ADLs

  • Integrate physiological and behavior data into EHR, PHR


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