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Applying telecare in dementia: what psychiatrists need to know

  • Rajiv Siotia and Chris Simpson

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Recent technological advancements have been used to help people with dementia remain independent. These are reviewed and case vignettes are used to explain their use in common scenarios. The ethical perspective and current evidence are explored in the context of telecare use.

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