Safe at Home

John Woolham

Northamptonshire Safe at Home is a groundbreaking project to evaluate the role of assistive technology in helping people with dementia stay at home for as long as possible. This second evaluation looks at the impact that using assistive technology has had on the lives of people with dementia and their carers.

Paperback, 85pp. ISBN 1 874790 77 9

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