Smart AT: What does that mean?

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Smart

AT: What does that mean?

Lauren FarrellOccupational Therapist

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Objectives

Define Smart Assistive

Technology

Identify how Smart Assistive

T

echnology can increase independence

Identify questions that can lead to discussion on assistive technologyIdentify support organisations to gain information and trainingDescribe the goal setting process for emerging technology

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Technology which can be programmed to conduct functions and provide feedback on a environment for an individual. It has a level of customization and generally connects multiple devices.

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Smart Assistive Technology

Where can I use it?

What does it do?

What makes it “smart”?

Why would I use it?

How does it work

?

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How it works

Wired or wireless control system

Has a central control point where commands are

saved

WiFi

, Radio Frequency, Bluetooth, Infra Red

Four

essential components

Interface

Control centre (Hub

)

Receiver

Device

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Where to Start?

Ask questions! People get accustomed to their environments and lives. Humans are great adapters.

Can I do that?

Can this be easier?

How can I do that?

What do I want to be able to do?

Make Suggestions: Have you thought about…

Wouldn’t it be great to…

What would you do if…

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Equipment Areas

Safety and Call

Devices

Telecommunications

Environmental Control Units

Smart Home Automation

GPS Systems

Computer Access

Medication Reminders

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Safety and Call Devices

Can be activated directly or

through sensors

Can be linked to home security systems

Suppliers on display floor

BlueForce

Mobile Alert

WatchDog

Alarms

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Environmental Control Units

Purpose-designed device

Enables an individual to control equipment and appliances in their immediate environment using alternate means

Different to Home

Automation

Products on display

Smart phones

Omni

Google Home

Sesame! Phone

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Smart Home Automation

Integrated

systems to control multiple areas and functions of the whole home or smaller systems to control specific functions

Mainstream products that can be

customized

Suppliers on display floor

Airstream

Independent Living Solutions

Intelligent Homes

Automated Interiors

TADWA

ILC: Displaying off the shelf products

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Think big and start simple

Have big dreams and goals

Start at the beginning: Check the current situation and work out a plan of action. Use what you have access to and build as you go

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ILC Australia: Equip Myself & NED

Ideas and suppliers

www.ilcaustralia.org.au

Online resources, guides to equipment selection, funding grant options

www.ilc.com.au

Speak with us

1300 885 886

help@ilc.com.au

 


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