21st-Century Musical Instruments. Hardware and Software by Jon Appleton

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Fi 2 Dimensions covered by the questionnaire : 15D 16D • • Mobility • • Vision • • Hearing • • Breathing • • Sleeping • • Eating • • Speech • • Elimination • • Usual Activities • • Mental function • • Discomfort and symptoms • • Depression • • Distress • • Vitality • • Sexual Activity • 17D Mobility Vision Hearing Breathing Sleeping Eating Speech Elimination School and hobbies Mental function Discomfort and symptoms Depression Distress Vitality Appearance Friends • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Mobility Vision Hearing Breathing Sleeping Eating Speech Elimination School and hobbies Learning and memory Discomfort and symptoms Depression Distress Vitality Appearance Friends Concentration Each dimension contains 5 levels Key References: 1.

It is important that individuals feel comfortable with technologies and know how to use them to their benefit. While a user must adapt to the unique features and demands of a technology, a technology must be adjusted or adapted to accommodate the individual needs and preferences of the user. This is true regardless of the type of technology: Assistive Technologies – products for persons with physical disabilities designed to enhance independence and functioning (examples are wheelchairs, adapted utensils, communication devices).

Ann Med 2001; 33:358-70. As part of the validation of the Assessment of Quality of Life (AQoL) instrument comparisons were made between five multiattribute utility (MAU) instruments, each purporting to measure health-related quality of life (HRQoL). These were the AQoL, the Canadian Health Utilities Index (HUI) 3, the Finnish 15D, the EQ5D (formerly the EuroQoL) and the SF6D (derived from the SF-36). The paper compares absolute utility scores, instrument sensitivity, and incremental differences in measured utility between different instruments predicted by different individuals.

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