Assistive tech can be implemented to support retirement residents

Findings in the report, Promoting Inclusive living via Technology-Enabled Support’.

The list of technology solutions examined included those that support time and place orientation, lighting, kitchen gadgets, eating, drinking, physical and digital technology. Researchers found gadgets such as Fitbits, hot water dispensers, jar openers and smart speakers, which enabled small changes to residents’ daily life, had a transformative effect on their wellbeing and safety.

Read the full article and follow up with the research report…

AT Today – Assistive Technology source:

Research findings: Full report

You can also read a summary of the findings in this short document Summary report

Video that brings the findings to life:

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