Atul Saraf

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An increasing number of senior citizens and the changing nature of traditional Indian family structure call for initiatives that support the social and emotional aspects of senior citizen care. In this paper, we present our early work on designing for non-explicit reciprocal micro-communication between distributed aging parents and their adult children. Our(More)
Research shows that inherent psychological barriers linked to memory loss shape ageing people's self-efficacy to perform tasks of everyday living. In this paper we present SnapTag, a design concept for a mobile application that leverages situated memory to enhance self-efficacy in senior citizens for their wellbeing. SnapTag aims to trigger a recollection(More)
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