Are you experiencing difficulties with Thinking, Memory, or Concentration due to Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), Stroke or Traumatic Brain Injury? Or are you caring for someone with these difficulties?
There is a new contactless study happening at Weill Cornell Medicine’s Center on Aging and Behavioral Research to understand the challenges older adults with cognitive impairment encounter with everyday activities, helpful technology and how those technologies might be improved in a paid series of surveys and phone interviews.
Your input will be extremely valuable in helping us design new technologies for memory support.
If you are interested, please call us at 646-962-7141 or email us at AgingBehavioralRsrch@med.cornell.edu.
More from the Roosevelt Island Daily News
- What Are The Different Types of Oak Trees?There are many different types of oak trees, and they can be found all over the world. Each type of oak has unique features, and they all provide different benefits to the ecosystem. by David
- A look at the work derisively called “hippie physics”In the late 1960s and early 1970s, several physicists became interested in the ideas of eastern mysticism, particularly those of the Indian guru Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. These physicists, including some of the most respected names
- LIFT THE SUPREME COURT’S VEIL OF SECRECYThese nine individuals make decisions that affect every American. Why should they get to do it secretly? By Jim Hightower | May 18, 2022 A Roosevelt Island Daily News Feature When Supreme Court member Sam Alito’s secret
- TUCKER CARLSON’S ‘GREAT REPLACEMENT’ THEORY COMES FROM AN ANTI-AMERICAN NAZIWhy has the American far right adopted an anti-American conspiracy theory as its rallying cry? By Juan Cole | May 18, 2022 The Roosevelt Island Daily News Before a hate-filled 18-year-old murdered 10 and wounded 3 African
- Hemp bill sails through New York SenateSteve Bittenbender | The Center Square contributor May 18th, 2022 The Roosevelt Island Daily News (The Center Square) – A bill that calls for New York to promote additional uses for the hemp grown in the