Technology in practice: issues and implications

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

People with dementia have very special and subtle needs that we must keep in mind at all times when considering how assistive technology can help them and their carers, writes Jane Gilliard, launching a new series on person-centred technology in dementia care.
Author/s: Jane Gilliard
Vol: 9, Issue: 6, pp18-19

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