A rehabilitation centre has a set of pre-made indicators, one for each rehabilitation program. When Lisa leaves the centre she has a pre-made indicator personalized to her, which the therapist and Lisa have designed together.
At home Lisa does her exercises and collects data for her indicator. Both the therapist and her-self can see the visualizations in real time and the therapist can do some coaching from distance.
Next time Lisa visits the centre they analyze the visualizations based on the tracked information and fine-tune both the treatment and the indicator, ready for the next cycle.
This gives Lisa ownership of her situation and treatment and motivates her to do the exercises, as she can see it makes a difference to her.
Erik is a man in need for personal assistance 24 – 7.
The indicator for Erik is divided into three times 8 hours and used as a checklist for each personal assistant. Together with Erik they can follow and track his activities: the intake of food and medicine, the daily routines like showering and teeth brushing, the exercise-programme and social life. The better the activities are for Erik the higher their weight. In the end of the day, a score is calculated based on the activities done.
The idea is to have a personal checklist and at the same time have a point system that encourages the personal assistant to give Erik the best possible day.
Patrick is a man who needs to be in shape in order to function both physically and mentally. Just as everyone else. It is not every day he has time to exercise.
To be motivated to do as much training as possible in his daily life Patrick has a simple indicator where he tracks how he transports himself to work, how much of the day he is sitting and when he does some training or sports. He reports once a day and gets an analysis of his daily exercise score per week and per month.