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Analyse everyday situations where assistive technology solutions can be supportive to an individual and others

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For this assessment criterion, you will be required to analyse everyday situations where assistive technology solutions can be supportive to an individual and others.

Assistive technology solutions are systems or devices that support the independence and well-being of individuals

Some examples of assistive technology solutions include:

  • Scheduled prompts/reminders (e.g. to remind an individual with dementia to take their medication)
  • Triggered prompts/reminders (e.g. a sensor on a doormat to remind the individual to lock their door)
  • Medication pillboxes/blister packs (e.g. date-labelled or auto-dispensed so that an individual knows whether they have already today’s medication)
  • Taking mats – a visual communication aid to help individuals with communication difficulties to express themselves
  • Adapted kitchen utensils (e.g. large-handled cutlery that is easier to grip)
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