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Technology for Care Networks of Elders
Pervasive Computing
  • Sunny Consolvo, Intel Research Seattle
  • Peter Roessler
  • Brett E. Shelton, Utah State University
  • Anthony LaMarca, Intel Research Seattle
  • Bill Schilit, Intel Research Seattle
  • Sarah Bly
Document Type
Article
Publisher
IEEE
Publication Date
1-1-2004
Abstract

Computer-supported coordinated care uses technology to aid the network of people who support an elder living at home. The authors conducted interviews with people involved in the care of elders to identify their needs and subsequently conducted an in situ evaluation of a technology probe to study how a CSCC system might help satisfy these needs. The authors used these results to identify challenges faced by people caring for elders and offer guidelines for designers of coordinated care technologies.

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Originally published by IEEE. Abstract available online through the Pervasive Computing journal. Subscription required to access article fulltext.
DOI
10.1109/MPRV.2004.1316814
Citation Information
Consolvo, S., Roessler, P., & Shelton, B. E. (2004). Computer-Supported Coordinated Care: Using technology to help care for elders. IEEE Pervasive Computing. April-June.