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<ul><li><p>AssistiveTechnologyandRoboticTechnologyforDementiaCare</p><p>Takenobu Inoue</p><p>DirectorofDepartmentofAssistiveTechnology,ResearchInstituteofTheNationalRehabilitationCenterforPersonswithDisabilities,</p><p>Japaninouetakenobu@rehab.go.jp 1</p></li><li><p>Statement</p><p> AssistivetechnologiesareimportantandusefulforautonomyandindependenceofpersonswithMCIandmilddementia.</p><p> Informationandrobotictechnologies havepotentialforimprovementofactivitiesandparticipations.</p><p>2</p></li><li><p>Assistivetechnologiesforpersonswithdementia</p><p>ElectricCalendar SchedulerMedicationreminder</p><p>LocatorPicturephone</p><p>Simpleremotecontrol</p><p>Wheelchairwithautomaticbrake 3</p></li><li><p> Someresearchesshowedtheevidencesofsomeassistivetechnologies;e.g.Medicationremindersimprovedmedicationadherence(Kamimura,et.al.)</p><p> Adaptationofthedevicestoeachuserisimportantforpracticaluse;e.g.assessment,instruction,customizationandtraining.</p><p> Assistivetechnologiesmustbeapartofdementiacare.</p><p>Assistivetechnologiesforpersonswithdementia</p><p>Medicationreminder</p><p>Adherenceafteronemonthuseofmedicationreminder</p><p>Increaseto100%</p><p>AbandonmentNochange</p><p>Increasebut</p></li><li><p>CommunicationrobotsavailableinJapan</p><p>PARO(DaiwaHouseIndustry)</p><p>Kabochan (Pip)</p><p>PaPeRo (NEC)PALRO(FUJISOFT)</p><p>Pepper(SoftBank)</p><p>NAO(AldebaranRobotics)</p><p>5</p></li><li><p>CommunicationRobots</p><p>PARO(DaiwaHouseIndustry)</p><p>Kabochan (Pip)</p><p>PaPeRo (NEC)PALRO(FUJISOFT)</p><p>Pepper(SoftBank)</p><p>NAO(AldebaranRobotics)</p><p>Someoftherobotsshowedeffectivenessforpersonswithdementia.</p><p>However,therearemanyquestions.Whydoweusetheserobotsfor</p><p>personswithdementia?Whatkindsofservicesdopersons</p><p>withdementiawant?</p><p>Howdoweusetheserobots?6</p></li><li><p>Developmentofaninformationsupportrobotfortheelderlywithcognitive</p><p>disabilities</p><p>Takenobu Inoue1,ShinichiOhnaka2,YumikoOosawa3,Kouichi Watabe3,Yousuke Shimizu3,Ayumi Harada3,HiromiHamada4,Ikuko Mamiya1,YukoNishiura1,AtsushiKobayashi1,</p><p>MinoruKamata5,MisatoNihei5,HiroakiKojima6,KenSadohara6,</p><p>1:TheNationalRehabilitationCenterforPersonswithDisabilities,2:NECCorporation,3:SeikatsuKagakuUnEi Co.,Ltd.,4:FranceBedCo.,Ltd.,5:TheUniversityofTokyo,</p><p>6:NationalInstituteofAdvancedIndustrialScienceandTechnology</p><p>7</p></li><li><p>Informationsupportrobotforpersonswithdementia???</p><p>Howtodevelopusefultechnologiesfortheelderly?</p><p>8</p></li><li><p>Decisionprocessofthesystemconceptbasedonfieldbasedinnovation</p><p>9</p><p>Matchingtechnologytousersatthelivingenvironment</p><p>Suitablesynthesizedspeech</p><p>Informationacquisition&gt;90%</p><p>Possibilityofinformationsupportusingtherobot</p><p>172needsfromtheelderly</p><p>36supportscenarios</p><p>Businessmodel</p><p>Targetusers:&gt;Homeboundelderlywithforgetfulness;incl.MCIandMilddementia</p><p>Services:&gt;Medicationadherence&gt;Scheduleindication</p><p>Provisionform&gt;Rentalprovision</p><p>Speechrecognition78.9%</p><p>Makingsystemconceptinthecommunity(Izu city)</p><p>Systemconcept</p><p>Suitablemethodaccordingtothecognitivefunctionoftheelderly</p><p>Participant observationMock-up evaluation</p><p>User experiment</p><p>Group interview124 older people(40 professionals)</p><p>Interview9families</p><p>Workshop2families and related professionals</p><p>Suitableenvironment</p><p>Relatedprofessionals:&gt;Homecares&gt;Areacomprehensivesupportcenter</p></li><li><p>TechnologyfortransmittinginformationwithcertaintyTechnologyforrecognizingmeaningoftheusersanswer</p><p>Flexibleinterfaceforfunctionofeachuser</p><p>Conversationalinformationsupportprotocol</p><p>MemoryImportant</p><p>informationfordailyliving;date,time,scheduleandsoon</p><p>ScheduleMedication</p><p>Activity</p><p>Timelyinformation</p><p>aboutnecessaryactivities</p><p>System concept</p><p>Usersandtheirfamiliesinputtheinformationandsharethemwith</p><p>professionals</p><p>Shareoftheinformation</p><p>Inputoftheinformation</p><p>Informationsharesystem</p><p>Itstimetotakemedicine.</p><p>ServiceModelHumansupport</p><p>Targetusers</p><p>Elderlywithforgetfulness</p><p>MCI</p><p>Milddementia 10</p></li><li><p>Evaluationoftherobotsystem PersonswithMCIandmilddementiaunderstoodinformationtoldbytherobot.</p><p> Oncetheyacquiredtheinformation,theydecidedandtookactionsbythemselves.</p><p> Experimentsofonemonthusewithtwoolderpeoplerevealedusefulnessoftherobotsystemforactivitiesandparticipations.</p><p> Informationandrobotictechnologieshavepotentialforimprovementofautonomyandindependence.</p><p>11</p></li><li><p>Community</p><p>ConclusionsTechnologies Users</p><p>Stakeholders</p><p>Consensus</p><p>Families</p><p>Userscharacteristicsandenvironment</p><p>Effectiveusesofthetechnologiesincommunityimproveactivitiesandparticipation.</p><p>Servicemodel</p><p>12</p></li></ul>

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