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Background. Preoperative anxiety complicates treatment and requires assessment by nurses in children. Children, with or without disability, are helped when pictures are used to support communication. The purpose of this pilot study was to test the reliability and validity of the modified short State-Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI) using a modified Talking Mats method in children undergoing day surgeries.Method. A modified short STAI with pictorial support along the lines of the Talking Matsdoi:10.1155/2012/932570 pmid:22991660 pmcid:PMC3444045 fatcat:ragkzu7ysjcchewoyvrrh2icty
more »... d was pre- and postoperatively administered to 42 typically developing children aged three to nine years. The parents assessed the children's anxiety, simultaneously and independently, by scoring the short STAI by proxy.Results. The modified short STAI showed moderate internal consistency and good construct validity in the age group seven to nine years.Conclusions. The results of this study support the use of the instrument for self-reports in children aged seven to nine years. Future research will explore the possibilities of also using this instrument for children with cognitive and communicative difficulties.
Ageing & Society
Dementia is a source of growing concern globally, and often impacts on social and communicative functioning. INdependent LIving Support Functions for the Elderly (IN LIFE) was a project carried out within the European Commission Research and Innovation programme Horizon 2020 that resulted in the development of two digital communication aids for reminiscence intervention for elderly people with dementia and their communication partners. The purpose of this intervention study was to investigatedoi:10.1017/s0144686x21001446 fatcat:ceyotuw3mbbdrlkkya2vwwfvy4
more »... e effects on quality of life for people with dementia when using these aids. People with dementia (N = 118) and their formal care-givers (N = 187) and relatives (N = 9) were given the communication aids for a period of 4–12 weeks. To assess a range of outcomes, questionnaires developed within the project were used along with the EQ-5D (European Quality of Life – 5 Dimensions) and QoL-AD (Quality of Life in Alzheimer's Disease) questionnaires. Quality of life improved among people with dementia when measured using EQ-5D (p < 0.05). There was also a correlation between the impact on the participants' health and wellbeing, the carers' rating of the usefulness of the digital communication aids and the care-givers' satisfaction with using technology (p < 0.05). These results indicate that digital communication aids may be useful in social interaction where one partner has dementia.
BACKGROUND: Being able to communicate through digital channels is a prerequisite for participation in contemporary society. People with communicative and cognitive disabilities (CCDs) face challenges in this area, thus often being excluded from participating fully in society. OBJECTIVE: This qualitative study focuses on aspects of technology that facilitate or impede remote communication in people with CCDs. METHODS: Support persons for people with CCDs (N = 21) participated in five focusdoi:10.3233/tad-190254 fatcat:pceon5e54bgozfgl5kkmi4ucsa
more »... to discuss this topic. RESULTS: Data analysis yielded two themes: using standard technology and using assistive technology. Each theme encompasses categories describing aspects and functions of technology that facilitated or impeded remote communication. The support persons felt that standard and assistive technology needed possibilities for personalization for ease and accessibility. There is a need for increased compatibility between assistive and standard technology and between platforms. Remote communication technology must be made more accessible and easier to use for both people with CCDs and those in their networks. CONCLUSIONS: The study provides an overview and illustrative examples of how technology can enhance or hinder remote communication. We offer suggestions on how technology can be developed to meet the specific needs of people with CCDs and simplify remote communication for them.
This study investigated the use of the speech recognition system Dragon Dictate as an augmentative method of computer access for two individuals with cerebral palsy, including severe motor dysfunction and dysarthria. Single subject design was used and measures of computer access system effectiveness and speech production were used before, during and after intervention. The users' original switch access system was compared to a combination of their switch access system and speech recognition, bydoi:10.1080/14015430310015372 pmid:14582831 fatcat:jyekixpu4nadleya4ulrvc5hby
more »... counting the number of correct entries. Adding speech recognition increased the number of correct entries by 40% for one of the participants. The other participant did not complete the intervention protocol. An independent judge rated speech production. No changes in speech were observed. Dragon Dictate is time-consuming to learn and demands a high level of motivation, but can be beneficial to a person who has profound dysarthria and great difficulties in accessing the computer.
By MARGRET HEINEIANN, Dr. Phil. Pp. 104. Bonn: Friedrich Cohen, 1910. Landschaftliche Elemente in der griechischen' Kunst bis Polygnot. ... Munich: Buchholz, 1910. M. 3. 50. Beschreibung der Glyptothek zu Miinchen. Von A. FURTWANGLER; zweite Auflage, The date of publication was too early for a reference to Dr. ...doi:10.2307/624754 fatcat:t5ch2tberfdhdiotdbl3jzodkq
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Environ Sci Pollut Res Int. doi: 10.1007/ s11356-014-3109-z Hoffmeister J, Ley S, Schütz N, Birnstengel B, Alwast H, Buchholz G (2011) Der Fall ENVIO/Dortmunder Hafen -Klärung weiterer Fragestellungen ... Margret Schlumpf Following the Swiss Stateboard Exam in Pharmacy (ETH) Margret Schlumpf joined the Institute of Pharmacology at the University of Zurich and ETH, organizing a student practicum in Pharmacology ...doi:10.1007/s11356-015-5162-7 pmid:26386851 fatcat:vvlnuli3n5h6vddqjj5jyugr5i
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