UW-Green Bay Prof. Lora Warner recently had an article published, “Can Everyday Assistive Technologies Provide Meaningful Support to Persons With Dementia and Their Informal Caregivers? Evaluation of Collaborative Community Program.” This article is based on an evaluation study completed by the Center for Public Affairs in partnership with Curative Connections, ADRC of Brown County, and Options for Independent living.
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