Enabling Individuals with Cognitive Impairments to Autonomously Manage Vocational Tasks through Use of a Mobile Augmented Reality System
Abstract: This study assessed the possibility of training two individuals with cognitive impairments using an AR (Augmented Reality)-based task prompting system. This study was carried out according to an ABA reversal design in which the first A represented the baseline, B represented intervention phases and the second A represented maintenance phases. Data showed that the two participants significantly increased their target response, thus improving vocational job skills during the intervention phases, and they were able to maintain their acquired job skills after intervention. Practical and developmental implications of the findings are discussed.