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Table 4 Training support elements for system design discovered during the sessions mapped with their targeted factor

From: Co-designing a remote rehabilitation tool for Parkinson’s disease: exploratory values and challenges

Targeted factors Strategies to implement the element in the system
Independent living •-The content focuses on holistic rehabilitation of cognitive/physical function based on IADL common activities
Daily access to rehabilitation •-Mobile-based application available in Android/ iOS, and cheap sensors
•-Sensors/algorithm are capable of monitoring performance and adapting to the user’s performance.
•-Assess performance and deliver reports
•-Sensors are easy to turn on/off and place.
•-Personalization and scheduling of rehabilitation session
Transport and travel •-Mobile-based application available in Android/ iOS, and cheap sensors
•-Follow the functionalities of the achievements and exercises done (measurements and outcomes)
Disease acceptance •-Monitoring of achieved goals
•-Engaged personalized exercises, adaptable difficulty levels and customizable music
Cognitive function •-Cognitive games
Therapy cost •-Mobile-based application available in android/ iOS, and cheap sensors
Alternative therapies •-Music therapy-based interventions
Daily follow-up of treatment achievement •-Reports, measurements, and results for easy follow-up of achievements
IADL support •-Cognitive/physical exercises
Reports •-Reports, measurements, and outcomes for easy follow up of the achievements
Continuous monitoring •-Assess performance and deliver reports
Training impact on QoL •-Monitoring
•-Goal achievement
Telemonitoring •-Possibility to send messages to the professional
Personalization •-Music and exercises level
Continuous follow up •-Assess performance and deliver reports
Wearables •-Cheap Sensors
•-Sensors ergonomics
•-Easy to power on/off.
•-Only capture the need information
Self-training •-Personalization of level
•-Continuous follow up