A systematic assessment of assistive technology


Posted on January 1st, by editor in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

ENABLE is a three-year project running across four countries to assess the role of assistive technology in helping the people with dementia with everyday activities and develop new devices – Inger Hagen, Torhild Holthe, Petrina Duff, Suzanne Cahill, Jane Gilliard, Roger Orpwood, Paivi Topo and Sidsel Bjorneby explain in the second part of our series on person-centred technology in dementia care.
Author/s: Inger Hagen, Torhild Holthe, Petrina Duff, Suzanne Cahill, Jane Gilliard, Roger Orpwood, Paivi Topo, Sidsel Bjorneby
Vol: 10, Issue: 1, pp26-27





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