Sensors can measure mobility, strength, balance, and also wellbeing, exercise; with potential to support independent living. The Smart sENsor Devices fOr rehabilitation and Connected health (SENDoc) project will introduce the use of wearable sensor systems in ageing communities in northern remote areas. SENDoc will assess sensor technical, clinical and social acceptability and their impact on patients, on health and care delivery, and on rural communities.
Dr Joan Condell
Tel: +44 28 7167 5024
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- SENDOC - to implement wearable sensors in rehabilitation practice for the elderly, Age Now! Online Journal of Ageing, October(2) (2018).