15 Apr Giving a voice to those unable to verbalise pain: PART 2
Earlier this year we looked at how PainChek®, the world’s first smartphone pain assessment and monitoring device, uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) and smartphone technology to give a voice to people who cannot verbalise their pain.
In this follow-up story, Senior Research Scientist at PainChek® Mustafa Atee explains how the app can help those with dementia, the experience of current users, and how to access the app.
PainChek® is currently used by around 150 Dementia Support Australia (DSA) consultants, who, through their Government-funded Dementia Behaviour Management Advisory Service (DBMAS) and Severe Behaviour Response Teams (SBRT), aim to improve the quality of life for Australians with dementia and their carers.
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