Kime. (2006). Compensating for memory deficits using a systematic approach. AOTA Press.
Scherer (2012). Assistive Technologies and Other Supports for People with Brain Impairment. Springer.
A selection of recent journal articles is listed below. It may be worth visiting the websites of the main journals that publish articles on assistive technology in cognitive rehabilitation settings –
De Joode E. et al. (2012). Use of assistive technology in cognitive rehabilitation: exploratory studies of the opinions and expectations of healthcare professionals and potential users. Brain Injury, 26:1257-66. PDF File
Jamieson M et al. (2013). The efficacy of cognitive prosthetic technology for people with memory impairments: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, ePub ahead of print. PDF File
Gillespie A et al. (2012). Cognitive function and assistive technology for cognition: A systematic review. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 18: 1-19. PDF File
De Joode E et al. (2010). Efficacy and usability of assistive technology for patients with cognitive deficits: A systematic review. Clinical Rehabilitation, 24: 701-714. PDF File
Bharucha A et al. (2009). Intelligent assistive technology applications to dementia care: current capabilities, limitations and future challenges. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 17: 88-104. PDF File
Jewell S, Atkin R (2013). Enabling Technology. Scope & Royal College of Art. PDF File