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All posts by Suhani Chawla

04

Oct'19

Physical Disability

Problem Statement: Persons with physical disabilities experience difficulty in leading an active life due to accessibility issues in almost every sphere of life. User Persona: A person suffering from a visual impairment may not be able to access functions to sustain their livelihood. With an application that detects gestures and executes functions set by the user, the person can be more independent and carry out activities hindered by the disability. 

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04

Oct'19

Mental Health

Problem Statement: Alzheimer’s patients experience memory loss and confusion, leading to irritability and loneliness in day to day life. As no cure exists, only care and medications help in dealing with the symptoms. User Persona: A person suffering from Alzheimer's can experience mild to severe memory loss, which affects their personal independence. A voice and text assistant, which once set up, reminds the patient their basic information. Conversely, the patient can question the assistant for information retrieval when in need. Moreover, the assistant gets triggered if there is no activity by the patient in a set interval of time.

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04

Oct'19

Mental Health

Problem Statement: Diagnosis and treatment of mental conditions and disorders tends to be a difficult process due to factors like social stigma and lack of resources, both human and infrastructural. User Persona: A person suffering from a mental disease resists seeking diagnosis and treatment due to social stigma, lack of medical resources, and, in many cases, due to the very nature of the disease. But they can access a website through which they can talk to a medical expert, who can provide diagnosis, or at least encourage the person to seek for help. Subsequently, for patients who cannot physically visit a doctor, the experts can take online counselling sessions, provide prescriptions, and check recovery of patient conveniently.

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