DTA and Scalabrini Village case study profiled at Alzheimer’s International Conference in Chicago from Dementia Training Australia on Vimeo.
A case study on Dementia Training Australia’s work with Scalabrini Village is featured in the program Every Three Seconds, a collaboration between ADI and ITN Productions which highlights the fact that someone in the world is diagnosed with dementia every three seconds.
Jockey Club Centre for Positive Ageing Hong Kong has created an app in Mandarin to help people understand dementia at the click of a button. iTunes Website: Click here to go to page this is also available on Google play Click here to go to page. Check out the video below to find out more.
Finally, a decent looking watch that has a GPS, fall detection and a medical alert or duress alarm. I stumbled on this website surfing for wearable devices. The Find-Me Tunstall Watch actually combines a “mobile phone, panic alert, fall detector and GPS tracker” all into one wearable decent looking device. This is according to their website. It looks really new at the moment and they don’t seem to have a web store or anything for it. I just hope that it will be publicly available soon and for an international market.
Source: Find-Me Tunstall Watch