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Enabling people with dementia to take part in virtual visits – findings from early trials
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Many people with dementia live alone and can become socially isolated by a lack of visits from family who live a long way away. Technology already exists
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Electronic Aids for Speech Restoration: Reconstructing Speech
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Speech is perhaps the most fundamental means by which humans communicate and the loss of speech can have a severe effect on a person’s quality of life.
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Tackling Ageing Continence through Theory Tools and Technology (TACT3)- Assistive Technology development for continence pad users.
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Continence problems are seldom mentioned but they are extremely common in the adult population and prevalence increases with age.  Several studies have
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Evolving assistive technology provision during neurological rehabilitation for locked-in syndrome: a case study
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This presentation aims to present a case study of the assistive technology intervention for a lady with locked-in syndrome during rehabilitation.
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Getting out and about: encouraging people with dementia to use assistive technology to help them remain active
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This paper will present ATGuide, an exciting new way to help people with dementia and their carers to find the right assistive technology for them.
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Next Generation Services for Older and Disabled People, summary of research for Ofcom’s Advisory Committee on Older and Disabled people
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1.    This paper summarises the results of a study involving desk and interview research with experts in relevant fields, commissioned by Ofcom’s Advisory
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Co-producing Telecare platforms for health and social care: Lessons for Business Models and Implementation from the OLDES project
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The challenge of producing sustainable and scalable telecare products and services goes way beyond the mere design and implementation of devices or services.
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Books for All: Accessing Print via Assistive Technology
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Disabled people may have difficulty accessing books and other paper materials as a consequence of, for example, visual impairment, blindness, dyslexia
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Telecommunications in AT Assessment, Support and Training
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You are here: Homepage / Programme Telecommunications in AT Assessment, Support and Training By Ms Juliann Bergin