MapHabit Research

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Our Findings

After using MapHabit for three (3) months, these Top 5 Quality of Life (QoL) areas scored the highest % improvement across both individuals and their support partners.

Image of a graph showing the Mean percent change combined for individuals and caregivers, showing improvements for reduced frustration, reduced anger, enjoyment of life, cooperation, satisfaction with progress.
Alzheimer's Disease

March 2022

Reduced care burden and improved quality of life in African American family caregivers: Positive impact of personalized assistive technology

Parker, Monica W., Davis, Crystal, White, Kaylin, Johnson, Devon, Golden, Matt, Zola, Stuart

Related Dementia

July 2021

Feasibility of Personalized Visual Mapping Assistive Technology to Improve Functional Ability in Persons with Dementia

Kelleher J, Zola S, Cui X, Shiyu Chen S, Gerber C, Parker MW, Davis C, Law S, Golden M, Vaughan CP

Intellectual/Developmental Disability

July 2021

Assessing Improvements in the Quality of Life of Parents of Children with Down Syndrome After Using MapHabit’s Visual Mapping Software

K.White M.S., S.Han B.A., M.Golden B.B.A., S.Zola Ph.D

Related Dementia

May 2020

Exploratory Evaluation of a Mobile Health Application to Support Activities of Daily Living in Older Veterans with Cognitive Impairment

C.P. Vaughan, X. Cui, S. Chen, J. Kelleher, C. Gerber, M. Golden, S. Zola

Alzheimer's Disease

October 2019

Assistive Technology: Visual Mapping Combined with Mobile Software Can Enhance Quality of Life and Ability to Carry Out Activities of Daily Living in Individuals with Impaired Memory

Fratina Boatman, Matthew Golden, Jennifer Jin, Yedarm Kim, Sidney Law, Annabel Lu, Natasha Merriam, Stuart Zola

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