Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Research Group
Our vision is to transform the ways in which people are enabled to live well and age well through the application of ubiquitous and personalised technology.
Rehabilitation helps to maximise functioning and support independence.
World Health Organisation
For more information about our multi-disciplinary research and evaluation of assistive technologies and connected healthcare, take a look at our external sites:
Our group hosts conferences, talks and public engagement events, to find out about these please follow the links below:
We have a simulated home environment that can be used for research and PPI events.
- Dr Steven Ariss
- Surinder Bangar
- Dr Jo Blackburn
- Professor Pamela Enderby
- Becky Field
- Dr James Fotheringham
- Dr Kate Fryer
- Professor Mark Hawley
- Dr Phil Joddrell
- Simon Judge
- Professor Sue Mawson
- Professor Gail Mountain
- Dr Rebecca Palmer
- Dr Stephen Potter
|Affective computing to support good mental health in later life||M.Bennion@sheffield.ac.uk|
|A feasibility trial of the effectiveness and impact of counselling in universities and/or colleges of further email@example.com|
|Loneliness and social isolation of older people and the role of technological interventions to overcome firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Intensive language action therapy: a pilot and feasibility trial of intervention delivery on the NHSemail@example.com|
|Psychosocial interventions for people living with mild to moderate dementia and their family carers: can readiness to engage be firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Evaluating the implementation fidelity of self-managed computer therapy for aphasia post-stroke and exploring the factors associated with adherence|
|Mark Jayes||Facilitating the inclusion of people with acquired communication disorders in decision-making: Development and evaluation of a tool to support mental capacity assessment and provision of accessible email@example.com|
|Phil Joddrell||Sarah Smith||AcTo Dementiafirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Automatic analysis of speech and language for detecting signs of email@example.com|
|Videoconferencing for remote health care provision of older adults in care firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Optimal strategies and enhancing state-of-the-art modelling techniques for dysarthric speech email@example.com|
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