• Corpus ID: 715428

TRiCmini^+ -A Telepresence Robot for Interpersonal Communication for Older Adults

  title={TRiCmini^+ -A Telepresence Robot for Interpersonal Communication for Older Adults},
  author={Yi-Shin Chen and Yeh-Liang Hsu and Jun-Ming Lu},
Aging is associated with an increased risk of isolation. Information and communication technologies have been utilized to assist homecare of older adults. However, in addition to transmitting vital sign data for healthcare purposes, older adults may expect to share their life experiences and feelings by different forms of interactions with their children and family members. Communication tools did facilitate interpersonal communication in terms of real-time verbal communication. Nevertheless… 

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  • Office of Health and Information Highway Health Canada
  • 1998