Remote cueing and prompting refer to the use of technology to provide guidance, reminders, or instructions to individuals in real-time, often from a remote location. This approach can be particularly beneficial for individuals who require assistance, support, or prompts to perform specific tasks or activities of daily living (ADLs). Remote cueing and prompting technologies leverage various digital devices and communication methods to facilitate this guidance.
It’s important to select the appropriate remote cueing and prompting technology based on the individual’s needs and capabilities. Additionally, involving healthcare professionals, therapists, and caregivers in the implementation and customization of these systems can maximize their benefits for brain-injured individuals of all ages.