Assistive Technology

All non-digital assistive devices to help with caregiving

Digital Technology for the Family Caregiver

Thanks to advances in medicine and public health, people are living longer than ever before. This means more and more family caregivers are responsible for managing the diverse needs of a loved one with chronic illness or frailty. How can family caregivers attempt to balance this added responsibility along with their own personal needs, work, parenting and other demands in their lives?

Assistive Technology

Introduction

Sometimes called assistive devices, independent living aids, and adaptive equipment, assistive technology (AT) can help your loved one live more independently. It may also make your job as a caregiver easier and more enjoyable.

Resources for Assistive Technology

For assistance finding and purchasing AT:

ABLEDATA
(800) 227-0216
www.abledata.com

Alliance for Technology Access
(415) 455-4575
www.ataccess.org

Center for Assistive Technology &
Environmental Access
(800) 726-9119
www.assistivetech.net

Technology for Long-Term Care
(215) 371-1354
www.techforltc.org

 

Choosing Assistive Technology

Assistive Technology—also called assistive devices, independent living aids, and adaptive equipment—can help your loved one live more independently. It may also make your job as a caregiver easier and more enjoyable.

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