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.
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