Attitudes and perceptions of adults of 60 years and older towards in-home monitoring of the activities of daily living with contactless sensors: an explorative study.

@article{Claes2015AttitudesAP,
  title={Attitudes and perceptions of adults of 60 years and older towards in-home monitoring of the activities of daily living with contactless sensors: an explorative study.},
  author={Veerle Claes and Els Devriendt and Jos Tournoy and Koen Milisen},
  journal={International journal of nursing studies},
  year={2015},
  volume={52 1},
  pages={
          134-48
        }
}
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Contactless monitoring is increasingly used to enhance qualitative and cost-effective care for older persons. Succesful integration of this technology in older peoples' daily lives, depends on their acceptance of these systems. The primary purpose was to explore attitudes and perceptions of adults of 60 years and older towards contactless monitoring of the activities of daily living. DESIGN, PARTICIPANTS AND METHODS A questionnaire was developed, validated and used… CONTINUE READING
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