Assistive technology and design

Posted on July 22nd, by jacob in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

Bringing home the benefits of technology

In Oslo, Norway, a unique demonstration facility shows how good design and assistive technology can be integrated into a home to meet the needs of people with dementia. Torhild Holthe, Sigrid Aketun, Solfrid Lyngroth and Sidsel Bjørneby report

Vol 21 No 3 Page 20-22

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