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An exciting research opportunity with the University of Sheffield

An exciting research opportunity with the University of Sheffield

New technologies can help improve the quality of life of older adults living in their own homes and meet some of the challenges faced by them. However, many of these technologies are not developed around what older adults need or want. In order for us to develop technologies that work for older adults, we need to understand first what they need and what really matters to them.
This is why, few months ago, a study at the University of Sheffield mapped the care and support needs of older people living in their own homes. The researchers are now looking for participants to share and discuss their findings and get their views about the care and support priorities of older adults living at home.
They are looking for participants who are:
• Aged 65 years and above AND
• Living in their own homes AND
• Receiving care or require support to do their daily activities such as getting around, cleaning your housing, taking medication, shopping or engaging in social and enjoyable activities

Your views will help them design better solutions for older people. If you are interested to share your views and experiences View Study Flier

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