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Upcoming EventsORCATECH Council Meeting
May 8, 2015 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Presenters will include Surj Patel, Senior Product Planning Manager (Internet Of Things) and Joyce DeMonnin, the Oregon Outreach Director for AARP.
Ambient Independence Measures for Guiding Care Transitions (AIMs)
Investigator: Jeff Kaye, M.D.
Read more about AIMs
Conversational Engagement Study (CES): Detecting changes in the levels of social engagement
Investigator: Hiroko Dodge, Ph.D.
Read more about CES
New Investigator Projects: ORCATECH's New Investigators are working on several innovative projects.
More about New Investigator Projects
ORCATECH on the BBC
ORCATECH is featured on a BBC Horizons episode about the increasing pressure of expensive healthcare on our aging population. The episode features our Point of Care Lab and our work to see how more independent living could be supported in the future.
Computer Use May Predict Cognitive Impairment
A recently published an article in Alzheimer's & Dementia highlights ORCATECH research where more than 230,000 computer sessions from 113 computer users (mean age, 85 years; 38 with Mild Cognitive Impairment, or MCI) were acquired during a mean of 36 months. Results indicate that computer use change can be monitored unobtrusively and may help to detect individuals with MCI.