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Moving towards a sustainable management of Parkinson's disease: The i-PROGNOSIS Personalized Game Suite approach

S. B. Dias; J. A. Diniz; E. Konstantinidis; P. Bamidis; S. Hadjidimitriou; V. Charisis; M. Stadtschnitzer; P. Fagerberg; I. Ioakeimidis; L. J. Hadjileontiadis


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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;Introduction. The use of apps and/or games in healthcare interventions have gained popularity, however, there is still a gap in the understanding on how these types of interventions are used for a sustainable management of Parkinson disease (PD).&lt;/p&gt;

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Materials and Methods. Targeting intelligent early detection and intervention in PD area, the Personalized Game Suite (PGS) approach is presented here (mainly based on different goal-oriented activities through a virtual environment), as part of the H2020 i-Prognosis project (www.i-prognosis.eu), that introduces the integration of different serious games in a unified platform, namely: 1) ExerGames, 2) DietaryGames, 3) EmoGames, and 4) Hand writing/Voice (H/V) Games). The PGS tackles the PD symptoms as it incorporates the practicing of walk movement, improvement of gait mechanisms, balance and coordination aspects, encouragement and/or re-education of healthy and balanced diet, retraining of eating behaviour, improvement of facial expressiveness, improvement/maintaining of writing skills, practicing of narration/vowels/letters and speech dynamics.&lt;/p&gt;

&lt;p&gt;Results. Via the PGS, the management of the PD patient&amp;rsquo;s condition is placed within a serious games context, in order to improve, sustain or slowing down its progressive deterioration, taking into account safety, feasibility, personalization, socialization, and behavioural change aspects.&lt;/p&gt;

&lt;p&gt;Discussion and Conclusion. The PGS: i) provides opportunities for the progressive use of self-assessment tools/games into more specific and integrated monitoring tools; ii) uses the app/games to set up simple routine to better manage patient&amp;rsquo;s healthy life; iii) helps family/friends/caregivers to understand the evolution of PD through games and activities; and iv) plans different kind of game-scenarios according to the needs of the patients. The realization of PGS sets the basis for establishing a holistic framework that could aim at improving not only motor and non-motor symptoms, but also behavioural and cognitive impairments in PD, informing health care providers and policy makers for its inclusion in routine management for PD.&lt;/p&gt;</subfield>
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