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Everyday Needs Assessment for Cognitive Tasks (ENACT)

ENACT is a longitudinal needs assessment investigating challenges older adults with cognitive disabilities experience in their everyday lives; areas of and preferences for support; and current use of technology applications.  In the ENACT study we will interview older adults with traumatic brain injury, mild cognitive impairment, or post-stroke cognitive impairment. The perspectives of their care partners will also be assessed to understand these needs, challenges, and support preferences.  This is a longitudinal study and participants will be re-interviewed one year later to understand how/if their needs have changed.