Assistive technology - more resources

Find out where to get help and advice on assistive technology

AT Dementia

Trent Dementia Services Development Centre
Institute of Mental Health
University of Nottingham Innovation Park
Jubilee Campus, Triumph Road
Nottingham NG7 2TU

0115 748 4220
[email protected]
www.atdementia.org.uk

An online information resource on assistive technologies (including telecare) for people with dementia. Includes a self-help guide offering advice about assistive technologies - see asksara.dlf.org.uk

Disabled Living Foundation

Ground Floor, Landmark House
Hammersmith Bridge Road
London W6 9EJ

0300 999 0004 (helpline 10am–4pm weekdays)
[email protected]
www.dlf.org.uk

Charity that provides information about finding simple solutions, such as mobility aids. Offers a loan library of simple electronic aids that people in England can borrow for two weeks to see if they work. (See www.dlf.org.uk/library)

Unforgettable.org

6–8 Bonhill Street
London
EC2A 4BX

0203 322 9070
[email protected]
www.unforgettable.org

Specialist retailer of dementia and memory loss products, living aids and activities.

Review details

This information was last reviewed: April 2015
Next review due: April 2018

Reviewed by: Dr Amanda Thompsell, Consultant Old Age Psychiatrist, South London & Maudsley NHS Trust and Stephen Wey, Senior Lecturer - Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Health & Life Sciences, York St John University, York.

Alzheimer's Society online shop

Alzheimer's Society's online shop offers a wide range of products to assist with a range of day-to-day living requirements. Every purchase helps fund Alzheimer’s Society’s work, supporting people living with dementia, and getting one step closer to a cure.

Go to the shop

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