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INTRODUCTION Previous research has indicated that people living with dementia are able to use touchscreen technology, which presents an opportunity to deliver meaningful and engaging activities for people to pass the time independently. The challenge is to identify suitable applications from the thousands that are currently available, and familiarity, where… (More)
OBJECTIVES To identify appropriate screening conditions, stratified according to age and vulnerability, to prevent functional decline in older people. DESIGN A RAND/University of California at Los Angeles appropriateness method. SETTING The Netherlands. PARTICIPANTS A multidisciplinary panel of 11 experts. MEASUREMENTS The panelists assessed the… (More)
Conclusions were synthesised from recent reviews on (touchscreen)technologies and people with dementia and lessons learnt, using these devices in projects in the UK, the Netherlands and Canada. The combined findings provide a strong basis for defining new strategies for exploiting touchscreen technology for people with dementia.