A review of the empirical studies on the effectiveness of Assistive Technology in the care of people with dementia
Authors: Richard Fleming and Shima Sum
This review was supported by a grant from the Primary Dementia Collaborative Research Centre, UNSW as part of the Australian government’s Dementia: A Health Priority national initiative.
This review of literature explores the ways in which technology has been applied to more than helping people with dementia carry out tasks and how it may be making a contribution to the wellbeing of these people by reducing their behavioural problems and improving their emotional state.
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