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Jonathan Turner, Ciarán Nugent, Damon Berry, Michael Wilson, Ann Marron, Julie Doyle, Dympna O Sullivan, A Goal-Driven Framework for Individualised Self-Care for Early-Stage Dementia. International Journal on Advances in Life Sciences, issn 1942-2660 vol. 14, no. 1 & 2, year 2022, 22:31,


For people with early or moderate dementia, there are benefits to them continuing to live in their own homes for as long as possible, both in improved quality of life and associated measures such as increased social contact, increased physical activity and lower use of medication, and reduced costs and burden of care. Tools to help extend period of independent living, and to maintain quality of life in this period, are lacking. Systems exist to monitor individuals for problems, e.g. falls or wandering from the home, but there is scope for development of computerised support to help maintain activity in independent living. We aim to monitor achievement of activities, by app and by sensors, and provide recommendations on how to best maintain activities.



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