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How dementia-friendly technology can improve lives

Thursday 21 December 2017

A series of information sheets written specifically for the audiences that need them have been launched. Technology can offer huge potential benefits for people living with dementia, their families and care providers. Whilst not a solution for everyone, technology, such as telecare or apps, can work in a variety of ways to empower and support independence, manage risks, improve health, be enjoyable and aid loved ones.

Working with the Dementia Friendly Technology task and finish group formed as part of the Prime Minister’s Dementia Challenge, chaired by Ali Rogan, Alzheimer’s Society have developed a series of information sheets dedicated to specific audiences, namely:

 The information sheets cover the following areas, all within the context of the specific audiences above:

  • The challenges faced by people living with dementia
  • How does technology help me
  • What does my organisation need to do next
  • Examples of how technology can help

Please send any comments and feedback to alison.rogan@tunstall.com

Take a look at the information sheets