A Review of Memory Aid Devices for an Ageing Population

  title={A Review of Memory Aid Devices for an Ageing Population},
  author={Niamh Caprani and John Greaney and Nicola Porter},
  journal={PsychNology Journal},
The trend for designing memory aids for cognitively impaired elderly individuals is fast growing. In an effort to assist elderly people to carry out tasks of everyday living and to relieve caregivers, several memory aid technologies have recently been introduced. These devices range from everyday technologies such as handheld PDA’s to integrated sensory cueing devices. Based on the published literature describing these devices, this review will look at how these memory aids are designed to… CONTINUE READING
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