Scaffolding rehabilitation behaviour using a voice-mediated assistive technology for cognition.

  title={Scaffolding rehabilitation behaviour using a voice-mediated assistive technology for cognition.},
  author={Brian O'Neill and Kate Moran and Alex Gillespie},
  journal={Neuropsychological rehabilitation},
  volume={20 4},
A variety of cognitive deficits can lead to difficulties performing complex behavioural sequences and thus, disability in the performance of routine and rehabilitation behaviours. Interventions to date involve increasing support or providing behavioural training. Assistive technologies for cognition have the potential to augment cognitive capacity thus enabling the performance of behavioural sequences. Guide is an assistive technology for cognition that scaffolds task performance by providing… CONTINUE READING

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