Development of a Cognitive Assessment Tool and Training Systems for Elderly Cognitive Impairment

Title
Development of a Cognitive Assessment Tool and Training Systems for Elderly Cognitive Impairment
Authors
권규현김래현박세형
Keywords
Cognitive Rehabilitation; Cognitive Assessment; Cognitive Training; Mild Cognitive Impairment
Issue Date
2013-05
Publisher
International Workshop on Pervasive Computing Paradigms for Mental Health in conjuction with Pervasive Health 2013
Abstract
The authors introduce a computer-based cognitive assessment tool and two different types of training systems. CoCoMO is a new computer based cognitive assessment tool for middle-aged and old people in South Korea. CoCoTA is a computer-based cognitive training tool considering cultural aspects. E-CoRe is a new cognitive training platform in order to reinforce the coupling of human body and cognition. E-CoRe was built with a tangible tabletop interface with real tangible objects and computerized table. These cognitive rehabilitation systems were aimed to detect cognitive impairment in early time and improve cognitive function and gross motor skills of older adults by providing daily life training and by interacting with real tangible objects.
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/44908
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