The SMART Consortium leads the field in self-management of stroke rehabilitation and long-term health conditions through the application of technology
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The Smart Consortium forms a significant element of the wider ‘knowledge transfer’ group known as KT-EQUAL. Read more here
Our initial project was to develop technology so that stroke survivors could self-manage their rehabilitation in their own homes.
Our second major project has been to create a Personalised Self-Management System – an integrated system consisting of a touchscreen 'home hub' and a mobile device.
This follow-on project is extending the remit of the Personalised Self-Management System to meet the needs of people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.