The development of a community of practice to offer opportunities for training, information-sharing and collaboration on smart assistive technology has been funded by the Queensland Government through the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services.
What is Smart Assistive Technology?
Referred to as computerized electronic equipment or systems such as movement sensors, alarms, automated health monitoring devices, software, mobile phone applications and network connected devices.
About the Community Care Smart Assistive Technology Collaborative Platform
Community Resourcing has been funded to provide an online collaborative space for initially 1000 Community Care providers but with an eye on the world. This funding follows on from the success of our State-wide Smart Assistive Technology Sessions in 2014. As a result of the success Community Resourcing has been engaged once again by the Queensland Government Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services to establish The Community Care Smart Assistive Technology Collaborative –this exciting and innovation online platform.
This platform is available to Community Care providers and provides a space to collaborate, learn and access resources and expertise. This platform contains local, state, national and international linkages and resources.
The focus on local, national and international community care practices and experiences with incorporating Smart Assistive Technology in service provision will ensure participants are able to access leading edge and contemporary information.
A Project Expert Reference Committee has been appointed. This Committee brings together a range of service providers, researchers, carers and clients, academics and interested individuals in the role of Smart Assistive Technology in community service provision.
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