Published on in Vol 9 , No 4 (2022) :Oct-Dec

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/41313, first published .
Experiences of Persons With Executive Dysfunction in Disability Care Using a Social Robot to Execute Daily Tasks and Increase the Feeling of Independence: Multiple-Case Study

Experiences of Persons With Executive Dysfunction in Disability Care Using a Social Robot to Execute Daily Tasks and Increase the Feeling of Independence: Multiple-Case Study

Experiences of Persons With Executive Dysfunction in Disability Care Using a Social Robot to Execute Daily Tasks and Increase the Feeling of Independence: Multiple-Case Study

Kirstin van Dam 1 , MSc ;   Marieke Gielissen 1, 2 , PhD ;   Rachelle Reijnders 1 , MSc ;   Agnes van der Poel 1 , PhD ;   Brigitte Boon 1, 2, 3 , PhD

1 Academy Het Dorp , Arnhem , NL

2 Siza , Arnhem , NL

3 Tranzo , Tilburg University , Tilburg , NL

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