Georgia Tech inventors have created an automated capture and access application to provide therapists who perfrom discrete trial applied behavior analysis therapy (DT-ABA) with developmentally disabled children. It uses digital pen technology, speech recognition, and video and audio for the capture system and the access system, allowing graphing of data and quick access to specific trials of the therapy session. Data is stored electronically in a database. In particular, the present invention provides a method and review and analysis computer program product for recording, processing, synchronizing, displaying, and providing access to data collected from various media during therapy or interactive sessions.
- Automatic capturing, annotating, and reviewing of discrete trial therapy session
- Access to recorded video
- Therapy procedures
In the care of individuals with chronic conditions, treatments often span multiple caregivers across extended periods. Caregivers ideally will collect large amounts of data, both qualitative and quantitative, to help determine the effectiveness of various treatments and review these data regularly to adjust the care as needed. Because care is often administered individually, collaboration efforts are important in ensuring that care is administered correctly and consistently. Using recorded data as evidence to support decisions can be crucial for effective treatment.