Wallace T, Morris J, Bradshaw S, Bayer C. (2017). BreatheWell: Developing a Stress Management App on Wearables for TBI & PTSD. Presented at the CSUN Assistive Technology Conference, San Diego, CA, February 27 to March 4, 2017.
Wallace T., Morris J. (2018) Identifying Barriers to Usability: Smart Speaker Testing by Military Veterans with Mild Brain Injury and PTSD. 9thCambridge Workshop on Universal Access and Assistive Technology, Cambridge, UK, April 9-11, 2018.
Wallace, T. (2018). Using Technology to Support Cognition after Brain Injury. Presented at Think Big: Brain Injury in Georgia: Health and Wellness after Brain Injury. Conference presented by Shepherd Center and the Brain Injury Association of Georgia. Atlanta, GA.
Lippincott, B: Tetra Alarm & Pow!r Mount App: The Wireless RERC’s App Factory Apps Dexterity Showcase. M-Enabling Summit, Arlington, VA, June 11-12, 2016.
Davis, L., Caves, K. "Alexa Stress Assist: A System to Reduce the Incidence and Severity of Post-Traumatic Stress Episodes in Military Service Members". Presented at the mHealth@Duke Conference, Duke University, Durham, NC. April 2017.
Davis, L., Caves, K. ‘Speak Up: An SPL Meter’ – An Interactive SPL Meter Android Application. Presented at the RESNA Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA, June 27-30, 2017.
Caves, K., Davis, L. "Information and Communication Technology to Promote Safety and Independence." Presented at the Center for the Study of Aging and Human Development Research and Education Retreat, Sept. 2016.
As part of the annual conference at the American Congress of Rehabilitative Medicine's (ACRM) Special Technology Session, Dr. John Morris and Tracey Wallace gave a presentation about the advances being made with their wearable apps, BreatheWell for Google Glass and BreatheWell Wear. Both apps are wireless wearable stress management apps for people with traumatic brain injury.
On July 13, 2016 LiveWell researchers Mike Jones, John Morris, Frank Deruyter and Kevin Caves presented an interactive workshop on the Wireless RERC and LiveWell RERC's App Factory development projects. Attendees learned about the App Factory model, applications released to-date, app development currently underway, and they participated in a small group exercise to come up with app ideas based on user needs case studies.
On July 11, 2016 at RESNA's annual NIDILRR project director's meeting, Live Well RERC directors Frank Deruyter and Mike Jones gave an overview of the LiveWell RERC's research, development and training projects.