New Webinar Available: SAL - A Nutrition-Related Technological Resource for Older Adults

In this webinar QUT Nutrition and Dietician Students on placement at Community Resourcing present their project on developing an appropriate nutrition-related technological resource for older adults. 

Alice Blakely, Sissy Mok and Hui Bing Lee used their community placement to focus on the innovative use of technology in the nutrition field to encourage healthy eating in participants through a mobile text messaging system named SAL. Upon discovering a lack of assistive technology within the area of nutrition and health, and particularly in an Australian context, the students aimed to close this gap. This project successfully displayed how smart assistive technology can enhance nutritional outcomes as well as the overall health and wellbeing of participants. 

Please follow the link below to access the webinar: 

SAL - A Nutrition-Related Technological Resource for Older Adults 

Uploaded by Lisa Kelly
Uploaded on 2016-03-24 01:21:01

· Future Trends & Possibilies
· Mobility

· Acceptability
· Assisted Living Technology
· Assistive Technology
· Information Technology
· Mobile Health
· Older People
· Promoting Change