10 Jan Usability and Feasibility Testing for Mobile Cognitive Aid
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the usability and feasibility of a novel tablet/phone application (IndiAide) for use with individuals with mild cognitive impairment due to Parkinson’s Disease. The application assists with day-to-day functions such as medication management, appointment keeping, photos and videos, therapy exercises, entertainment, and care team information. Usability and feasibility testing will first occur with two small groups neurotypical participants prior to testing with the experimental group of 5 individuals with mild cognitive impairment from Parkinson’s Disease.
Between 50-80 years oldHave a diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease Have noticed some changes to cognition (for example: memory, attention) Have a range of comfort using technology
Additional Study Details
Full Study Title
Testing Usability and Feasibility of a Mobile Aid for Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease and Mild Cognitive Impairment
Tamar Nir – PI
Dr. Kristie Spencer – Mentor and Co-Investigator
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University of Washington, Speech and Hearing Clinic
4131 15th Ave NE #6299
Seattle, Washington 98105