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Conversation, Dementia, and Technology

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This talk will focus on conversation in dementia, because although it is a common communication problem, it is one that has been given little attention. As typical conversation can be a difficult thing to achieve in dementia, there is an opportunity for technology to assist individuals in maintaining more satisfying relationships through the augmentation of conversation. I will outline how conversation can be valuable for those with dementia, what the obstacles are, and what role technology can play in ameliorating these problems.

This talk is part of the Rainbow Interaction Seminars series.

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