Dr. Adriana Rios Rincon

PhD, MSc, BSc

Dr. Ríos Rincón's research topics include studying the effects of implementing assistive technologies on the occupational performance, functioning, and social participation of people with disabilities; and the study of factors that explain the usability and adoption of rehabilitation and assistive technologies.  Her current research is devoted to investigating the use of assistive technologies to assess and promote cognitive skills and engagement in play in individuals with motor and cognitive impairment, including those living with dementia. She also investigates the use of information and communication technologies to support decisions about transitions across the continuum of care in older adults.

    Feb 21 - 7:45 AM PST

    Skill-Building Workshops

    Technology Acceptance and Usability in Rehabilitation

    In this session, we are going to identify the main theoretical frameworks used in technology acceptance and usability studies; describe the principal methods for measuring technology acceptance and testing usability; and recognize, through some examples, how technology acceptance and usability have been investigated in rehabilitation.

    7:45 AM

    Sunday February 21

    Technology Acceptance and Usability in Rehabilitation

    In this session, we are going to identify the main theoretical frameworks used in technology acceptance and usability studies; describe the principal methods for measuring technology acceptance and testing usability; and recognize, through some examples, how technology acceptance and usability have been investigated in rehabilitation.