Brotherhood of St Laurence

Impacts of new and emerging assistive technologies for ageing and disabled housing / Catherine Bridge ; Fredrick Zmudzki ; Tracy Huang et al. (AHURI)

By: Bridge, Catherine | Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute
Contributor(s): Zmudzki, Fredrick | Huang, Tracy et al
Series: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute [AHURI]. Final reportPublisher: Melbourne : Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, 2021Description: vii, 118 p. : illISBN: 9781922498397ISSN: 1834-7223Subject(s): Disabled | Disability | Aged care | Older People Housing | Disabled Housing | Technology | Disadvantaged GroupsOnline Resources: Website
List(s) this item appears in: New Book List 2022
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This research looks at how smart home assistive technologies (AT) may be best used in both the aged care and disability sectors to reduce the need for support services. It includes an assessment of ease of use, quality-of-life and cost benefit analysis, and contributes to the development of policy options that could facilitate effective adoption of smart home AT in Australia.[AHURI website] December 2021 Final report 372 Website link to the research report page which gives access to, Main publication ; Executive summary & the Policy Evidence Summary Authors: Catherine Bridge Fredrick Zmudzki Tracy Huang Ceridwen Owen Debbie Faulkner Bibliography : p. 83-92

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