Journal article

Wearable Technology to Support Early Child Language Experiences: What's Important to Parents and Clinicians?

Dawn Choo, Shani Dettman, Richard Dowell, Robert Cowan

Stud Health Technol Inform | Published : 2019

Abstract

Emerging research evidence has demonstrated the potential for digital tools, such as automated language processing technology, to support parent-child interactions. Making use of digital tools can aid measurement of parent interaction metrics, additionally, providing contingent feedback to parents based on their language metrics can facilitate positive changes in their everyday input to their young children. Product innovation aside, there is a distinct lack of understanding about how best to integrate real-world, user design needs and preferences to improve deployment of technologies into routine clinical interventions. The present study explored salient requirements of a wearable language ..

View full abstract