A smart wearable and assisted system for Alzheimer’s Patients

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Esraa M.Hashem, Somaia Hany


Alzheimer's type dementia is a deadly, progressive neurodegenerative disorder marked by declines in cognition and memory, gradual impairment of daily living functions, and a variety of neuropsychiatric symptoms. In terms of human suffering and expenses, Alzheimer's disease imposes a tremendous burden on the entire world. Around the world, it is the most typical cause of dementia. Devices or systems that "increase, maintain, or improve skills of individuals with cognitive, physical, or communicative limitations" are collectively referred to as "assistive technology."  The present study aims to design and implementation a prototype of a wearable technology that aids patients to act normally without obstructing their movements and lifestyle in order to improve the quality of life for people with Alzheimer's disease and decrease the load on their careers. The wearable smart glass with camera designed by artificial intelligent (AI) application used by the patient to Ability to identify faces and emotions through face and emotional recognition algorithms. A motion processing unit sensor was used to make the bracelet, global positioning sensor module (GPS),and microcontrollers. This unit is supported by an (IoT) platform for communication with the patient from anywhere by the caregiver. The proposed assistive prototype capability in relation to its cost allow us to reach the conclusion that it accomplishes the purpose for which it was intended by being easy to use, reasonably priced, portable, and available to a wide range of Alzheimer users.

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Esraa M.Hashem, Somaia Hany. (2023). A smart wearable and assisted system for Alzheimer’s Patients. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 27(01), 301–309. Retrieved from https://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/11658