12.30pm to 2.15pm. Seminar starts at 1pm.
Series: Centre for Disability and Social Inclusion seminars
This seminar concerns the impact of telecare (the use of electronic assistive technology in residential services to enable peripatetic support) on the lives of people with learning disabilities. The approach to measuring quality of life will be explained and research on the determinants of quality in residential services presented briefly as part of the rationale for the use of telecare with people with learning disabilities. A study evaluating telecare in terms of its resource implications and its impact on residents’ quality of life will also be presented. The seminar will end with consideration of some of the ethical issues around electronic assistive technology and telecare.
Jonathan Perry’s publications include:
Perry, J., Meek, A., Felce, D., Romeo, R., Knapp, M., Robertson, J. & Emerson, E. (2008) Outcomes and costs of community living: Semi-independent living and fully staffed group homes. American Journal on Mental Retardation.
Nota, L., Soresi, S. & Perry,J. (2006) Quality of life in adults with an intellectual disability: the Evaluation of Quality of Life Instrument. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 50, 5, 371-385.
Perry, J. & Felce, D. (2005) Factors associated with outcome in community group homes. American Journal on Mental Retardation, 110, 2, 121-135.
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12.00am - 12.00amWednesday 20th January 2010