The experiences of people with dementia with 'FindMyApps': First evaluation of a tablet-based selection tool to help people with dementia find apps for self-management and meaningful activities

@inproceedings{Kohl2018TheEO,
  title={The experiences of people with dementia with 'FindMyApps': First evaluation of a tablet-based selection tool to help people with dementia find apps for self-management and meaningful activities},
  author={Gens Kohl},
  year={2018}
}
A growing number of people have dementia, a progressive condition that has several consequences for the individuals who suffer from it. People with dementia (PwDs) could be supported with their condition by promoting their self-management abilities and engagement in meaningful activities and social participation. Tablet computers (tablets) with applications (apps) have the potential to deliver this sort of intervention. Research suggests that with the support from their informal caregivers… CONTINUE READING

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