A Monitoring-Intervention System for Dementia Caregivers Using Wearable IoT
Jung-Ah LeeOther PIs/Investigators/PhD students:
Grace (Eunae) Ju
Alzheimer’s Association Orange County Chapter, Alzheimer’s Orange County, Family Caregiver Resource Center, Council of Aging, Korean Community Services Health Center, and Southland Integrated Services, Inc
Our program aims to build caregiving and stress-management skills in family caregivers of persons with dementia or mild cognitive impairment. The study involves remote monitoring using wearable sensors, home visits, and follow-ups. This research is led by Dr. Jung-Ah Lee (https://faculty.sites.uci.edu/caregiverstudy/).Publications:
– Jung-Ah Lee, Anthony Park, and Amir M. Rahmani, “Sleep Duration and Quality in Dementia Caregivers: Wearable Iot Technology,” Western Institute of Nursing’s 52nd Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference (WINURSING’20), 2020, USA.
– Jung-Ah Lee, Sina Labbaf, Amir M. Rahmani, Priscilla Kehoe, and Nikil Dutt, “Wearable Internet-of-Things Technology: An Immigrant Dementia Caregivers Pilot Intervention,” The Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC’19), 2019, USA.
– Jung-Ah Lee, Kajung Hong, Jessica Borelli, and Amir M. Rahmani, “A Culturally Sensitive Dementia Family Caregiver Pilot Study,” Western Institute of Nursing’s 52nd Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference (WINURSING’19), 2019, USA.