Involving family carers in implementing smart technologies in community Care
Allowing carers to co-create the interventions you want to incorporate using Smart Assistive Technology in community care is important. Research is showing that having family carers involved in identifying problems to be addressed, the methods you are going to use to address them, and the timing and frequency of the interventions are more likely to achieve desired outcomes than interventions that are fixed in terms of what, how, and when they are delivered. Dr. Carrie Peterson, PHD Carrie has over 30 years experience volunteering and working with aging adults, and has worked as a caregiver for Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias and other neurological disorders both in the US and in Denmark.
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