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Personal Digital Assistants as Cognitive Aids After Brain Injury

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Research Update: Personal Digital Assistants as Cognitive Aids

A brief summary of current research.

Personal digital assistants as cognitive aids for individuals with severe traumatic brain injury: A community-based trial

Gentry, T, Wallace , J, Kvarfordt , C, Bodisch Lynch, K. Brain Injury , Volume 22(1) , Pgs. 19-24.

After being trained to use personal digital assistants (PDAs) to help remember and complete everyday tasks, study participants felt their abilities were improved in the home and community. In addition, they felt better about their capabilities.

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yes, it is empowering

Aug 22nd, 2014 4:54pm

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