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Smart technologies and mainstream technologies are offering new ways to enable everyday activity and to keep living well at home for longer.
‘Smart technology: living well with dementia’ is aimed at a simple understanding of smart technologies and how they can support people living with dementia to live well at home. These free resources and information are designed for anyone affected by dementia, including people with dementia, families and service providers. This information can help to build awareness about how everyday technologies can be used, and to encourage people with dementia and their families to explore and benefit from new technologies as they need them.
This project has been funded by the Australian Government: Dementia Aged Care Services fund.
Prefer to read information? Look no further, as we have also released an E-book. “Living well with smart technology” for people with dementia, their families and support providers. This resource is about encouraging people to gain confidence to try technology – and find out what’s possible with current technologies available to them. Download it today!
The first in our series of eight free online modules are available now. Complete a topic in 90 minutes, and find out about the evolving opportunities of smart technology for people with dementia and their families.
This online course is made up of 8 short topics that explore smart technologies for safety, home control, wellness, social connection and enablement.
This course offers an introduction to smart technology and is suitable for people with dementia, care partners and families, health professionals and care providers.
This project has been funded with support from the Dementia and Aged Care Services Fund so that everyone can be connected to the benefits and possibilities that technology offers.
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