Perspective of those with Parkinson's
Clinical and Scientific Perspective
We will provide disease-relevant information to the user about daily activity performance. This should increase self-awareness and activity, and stimulate the user to overcome frustration and apathy associated with the disease.
We will develop, validate and implement a novel multimodal sensor information system which is modular, extendable, adaptive and minimally obtrusive, and which is based on the patients’ needs and requirements.
We will provide individual, unbiased, disease-relevant information (a) to the doctor, as a basis for planning better medical and occupational therapies as well as to collect data about patterns in the progression of Parkinson's Disease, and (b) to the scientist, as the basis for designing disease-relevant progression markers for future therapeutic trials.