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Journal of Accessibility and Design for All
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  • ASSESSMENT AND TRAINING IN HOME-BASED TELEREHABILITATION OF ARM MOBILITY IMPAIRMENT

    Joel C. Perry; Cristina Rodriguez-de-Pablo; Francesca I. Cavallaro; Aitor Belloso; Thierry Keller (2013)
    In an era where rehabilitation services are diminishing under the weight of the growing demands and fewer therapists, home-based telerehabilitation offers a way of increasing duration and intensity of post-stroke training. Novel systems that guide the therapist and patient in planning, executing, and assessing the training can reduce the burden on the healthcare system while maintaining or improving the quality of care. To achieve this effectively, a unified approach is needed that can addres...

    INSTRUMENTATION AND BIOMECHANICAL MODEL FOR KINEMATIC AND KINETIC ANALYSIS OF UPPER LIMBS DURING GAIT WITH CRUTCHES

    Enrique Pérez-Rizo (2013)
    The goal of this study was to develop a three-dimensional kinematic and kinetic model of the right upper extremity and a Lofstrand crutch in order to analyze joint displacements and loads during crutch-assisted gait. A Lofstrand crutch was instrumented with a six-component load cell to measure forces and moments at the crutch tip. The crutch and the right upper extremity of a subject were instrumented with markers to obtain kinematic data. A biomechanical model based on rigid bodies was imple...

    MUNICIPAL PRACTICES AND NEEDS REGARDING ACCESSIBILITY OF PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES IN QUÉBEC, CANADA

    Stéphanie Gamache; Francois Routhier; Ernesto Morales; Marie-Hélène Vandersmissen; Jean Leblond; Normand Boucher; Bradford James McFadyen; Luc Noreau (2017)
    To create enabling environments for as many individuals as possible, including individuals with physical disabilities (IPD) who are more prone to encounter environmental barriers limiting their social participation, we need to examine current municipal practices related to accessibility. The objectives of this study were to describe existing practices for the design of accessible pedestrian infrastructures (API) for IPD living in Quebec (Canada), as well as to identify the perceived informati...

    A HOME-BASED MASSED PRACTICE SYSTEM FOR PEDIATRIC NEUROREHABILITATION

    Yi-Ning Wu; Veton Saliu; Noah D. Donoghue; John P. Donoghue; Karen L. Kerman (2013)
    The objective of this paper is to introduce a novel low-cost human-computer interface (HCI) system for home-based massed practice for children with upper limb impairment due to brain injury. Successful massed practice, a type of neurorehabilitation, may be of value for children with brain injury because it facilitates impaired limb use. Use of automated, home-based systems could provide a practical means for massed practice. However, the optimal strategy to deliver and monitor home-based mass...

    A VIRTUAL REALITY EXPOSURE THERAPY FOR PTSD PATIENTS CONTROLLED BY A FUZZY LOGIC SYSTEM

    Rosa Maria Esteves Moreira da Costa; Fernando Moraes de Oliveira; Regina Serrão Lanzillotti; Raquel Gonçalves; Luis Alfredo Vidal de Carvalho (2014)
    This paper describes the main characteristics of two integrated systems that explore Virtual Reality technology and Fuzzy Logic to support and to control the assessment of people with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder during the Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy. The integration of different technologies, the development methodology and the test procedures are described throughout the paper.
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