Date Presented 04/13/21
Use of mainstream smart home technology (MSHT) as assistive technology (AT) is a potential, cost-effective intervention to increase independence and quality of life for persons with disabilities. This presentation provides results of a qualitative research study that will be used to guide the development of provision of MSHT as AT in a comprehensive service delivery model. To date, 15 professionals have participated in focus groups providing perspectives to guide the development of the model.
Primary Author and Speaker: Lindsey L. Morris
Additional Authors and Speakers: Angela Shierk, Arianne Joy V. Alfonso
Contributing Authors: Mauricio R. Delgado, Paul Yeatts