Assistive Technology


Helping boroughs measure the impact and effectiveness of assistive technologies that help residents to live independently.

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Introduction


This project aims to help London boroughs design and consistently evaluate pilots of assistive technologies (AT) to help residents live more independently. This will support public sector staff to make evidence-based decisions about the role and effectiveness of different ATs and the different service patterns that enable them to deliver results.

Our work on this project began by creating a guide to designing and evaluating AT projects. LOTI is now exploring the potential of Assistive Technologies to support boroughs’ Covid response by supporting isolated individuals to live more independently.

Collaborators


Resources


Assistive Technology Evaluation Framework Guide

Enabling boroughs to measure consistently the impact and effectiveness of assistive technologies that help residents to live independently.

Assistive Technology Outcomes-Based Methodology

Enabling boroughs to measure consistently the impact and effectiveness of assistive technologies that help residents to live independently.

Project Timeline


15/11/2019

LOTI research summary of Assistive Technology evaluations

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13/11/2019

Assistive Technology Workshop 1

Read the summary.

Assistive technology - Workshop slides

12/11/2019

Project Planner

November 11, 2019

Project Kick-off