Category Archives: Activities of daily living (ADL)

The things we normally do…such as feeding ourselves, bathing, dressing, grooming, work, homemaking, and leisure.

Panasonic Presents 3 Care Robots at Tokyo’s HCRE

Bron: NTDTV Last week the Home Care & Rehabilitation Exhibition was held in Tokyo. On it Panasonic demonstrated three interesting and (rather) new products: A Hair-Washing Robot A Bed-Chair ‘Transformer’ A Telepresence Robot, HOSPI-Rimo The video provides good info, both … Continue reading

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More Robot Helpers by the Bed?

Internet polls. Hardly reliable, but sometimes interesting to read. The Dutch website Zorgvisie held a poll about: ‘More robot helpers by the bed. An improvement for healthcare or not?’. The result: 73 procent of the 371 responding visitors of Zorgvisie.nl … Continue reading

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Robotic Eating Aids

Perhaps robotic eating aids are not as exciting as Paro or other social, interactive robots, but they can make a huge difference for both clients and caregivers. Eating is important and we do it frequently, so if a client with … Continue reading

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