Resources

Upcoming Events

12

Oct
'How Smart Assistive Technology Research is informing Community Care Practice' Seminar in Bundaberg

12:00 at Building 5, Room 16-17 6 University Drive

13

Oct
'How Smart Assistive Technology can Support Carers- Opportunities in Disability and Aged Care' Session in Maryborough

10:00 at Disability Services Maryborough Office -271 Albert Street, Maryborough

14

Oct
Advance Queensland Digital Champions Engagement Event in Hervey Bay

09:30 at Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre 22 Charles Street Pialba, QLD

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How can we improve the uptake of technology by the aged and disabled?

• Keep technology simple for both users and health care professionals • Tailor the technology to the needs of users • Focus on high-volume and low-cost solutions • Embed an IT infrastructure to act as a basis for integrated systems • Enhance human contact by better connection of user to family and care staff • Build relationships to get all sectors of health care working together Prof. Greg Tegart, BSc (Univ Melb); MSc (Univ Melb); PhD (Univ Sheffield) Professor Tegart has had a long career in Government and industry in the areas of research, teaching, administration, and high level policy advice to Government on science, technology and environment.