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Evaluating the benefits of smart technology in in-home care practice

21 June 2018

Safe, flexible and cost-effective intelligent assistive technologies can help improve care for older people in their own homes or in residential aged care. A multidisciplinary UTS team will evaluate three potentially indispensable assistive technologies in IRT in-home care and residential care settings.


Prof Gamini Dissanayake University of Technology Sydney

Co-investigators: Dr. Ravindra Ranasinghe, Prof Lynn Chenoweth, A/Prof Jaime Valls Miro and Prof Dikai Liu

Project duration: 18 months

Age Matters investment: $90,000

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