How assistive technology can improve well-being

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

Can technology offer more than help with safety and security? Can it contribute to individual well-being and quality of life? In the first of two articles, Garuth Chalfont and Grant Gibson explain the work of the Independent project.
Author/s: Garuth Chalfont, Grant Gibson
Vol: 14, Issue: 2, pp19-21

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