Surrey couple trial groundbreaking dementia technology
Publication date: 9 August 2017
A couple from Surrey are trialling groundbreaking dementia technology which could help to keep them safe and reduce pressure on carers. The technology is monitored by a 24/7 team.
The study, which is funded by the Department of Health, is part of a drive to find new ways to deliver care for people with long term and complex health conditions.
John and Marion Edwards from Shepperton are one of the original recruits involved in the study for TIHM (Technology Integrated Health Management) for dementia.