Created by potrace 1.12, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2015

Innovative personal alarms for older people – PictureFrame

Social technologies offer the potential for the enhancement of aged care, but the industry has largely focused on formalised care settings, rather than supporting informal care in the home. We developed and examined the use of a novel social technology ‘PictureFrame’ to support the provision of well-being checks use for older adults living at home.

Our findings demonstrate that ‘PictureFrame’ was valuable for providing reassurance, capturing emotional aspects of caregiving, and for monitoring well-being in subtle, non-intrusive ways.

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Dr. Sonja Pedell

Assoc. Professor, Director - Future Self and Design Living Lab, & Interaction Design for the Ageing  Sonja Pedell is an Associate...

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Emeritus Prof. Leon Sterling

Emeritus Prof. Sterling's career in research has been one of diversity, starting with a PhD in Pure Mathematics before branching out into software...

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Dr. Alen Keirnan

Evaluation, Design Research and Co-design, RMIT  We have not yet reached a state of equality in our world. Design and Design research is one way...

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