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Universal Remote Delivery of Rehabilitation: Validation with Seniors' Joint Rehabilitation Therapy

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Remote rehabilitation applications still have limited deployment. The path to achieve greater user acceptance and adherence lies in the provision of solutions in their real-life context. Such acceptance is gained through flexibility provided in terms of location, client device, interaction means, and content.

This article presents a universal remote rehabilitation delivery approach supporting the introduced flexibility needs. Furthermore, an implementation of the approach in joint rehabilitation for the elderly is described.

The approach has been evaluated in a real scenario within Donostia Hospital. The usability evaluation results show the validity of the approach and the acceptance of the developed human −computer interaction paradigm.
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Keywords: Abstract user interfaces; inertial sensors; joint rehabilitation; seniors; telerehabilitation; universal access; universal remote console (URC); virtual humans

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: Vicomtech-IK4, Donostia −San Sebastian, Spain 2: STT Engineering and Systems, Donostia −San Sebastian, Spain 3: Baleuko, Durango, Spain 4: Hospital Donostia, Donostia −San Sebastian, Spain 5: University of the Basque Country, Donostia −San Sebasti├ín, Spain

Publication date: February 17, 2014

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